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    Longitudinal analysis - what to do with the baseline data?

    Hi, I have posted previously but got no response - so I am trying to narrow my search field down and articulate my questions better. If I am doing a longitudinal analysis looking at the trajectory of a dependent variable (y) over time (x) - but I have baseline measures of y at x=0-1 to...
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    Independence of Bivariate Continuos RV's.

    By the two definitions of independence for bivariate continuous RVs: (1) F(x,y)=F_X(x)F_Y(y) and (2) f(x,y)=f_X(x)f_Y(y). Prove that these two are equivalent. That is: prove that (1) implies (2) and that (2) implies (1). I tried to differentiate for one and integrate for the other.
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    testing for the change in correlation between 2 variables over a 3rd linear variable

    I have a hypothesis that the strength of correlation between two continuous variables will decrease with higher levels of a third variable. To give an applied example of the problem, looking at the correlation between mothers weight and their adult child's weight, I expect the correlation to...