Statistics terms that would make good metal band names, Part 2 Published on June 2, 2009June 2, 2009 by Sanjay Srivastava The Five-Factor Solution. Share this:FacebookTwitterMoreEmailRedditPinterestLinkedInPocketTumblrPrintLike this:Like Loading... Related
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I can get on board with this one.
Sum Riemann. would make a good name for a bad (hip-hop) band, too.
but who are we kidding here?
nothing comes close to PERPETUAL FRAKKING MOTION!
How many can I add? There’s Hessian Matrix, and Degrees of Freedom (perhaps more of a faux Tori Amos type than a metal band??) and Stochastic Relaxation (I have no idea what it is; it just turned up in a journal article today, and also sounds kind of like an 80s hair product) and Hierarchical Model and Spline Regression.
Oh. And PS: The Five-Factor Solution is so not a metal band. It’s a British mystery mini-series starring Angela Lansbury and Derek Jacobi.
Not totally related, but I have to share my favorite psychological term double entendre, noted by a professor colleague at UVA who probably wouldn’t necessarily like this coming up on a Google search. He was describing the Woodcock Johnson set of tests, and noted that it was the only psychological term he was aware of that was “triple phallic”
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