rates

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    Generating rates: individual level or aggregate??

    Using approach 1; the average number of infraction per 100 days is 0.7 and option 2 ((7/175)*100)=0.9
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    standardize by population density

    I have a variable called "number of events" for each state. It is a raw number of event that happened during a specific time frame. I was thinking I could use the population density or weighted population density to standardize the number of events across states. Is this correct? I would divide...
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    Rates of implementation

    Hello all, I've tried to find this elsewhere but can't seem to determine how to do it. I want to determine the implementing rate of GPS technology in vehicles. I know the number and percentage of new vehicles sold each year and the number and percentage of new vehicles sold each year with GPS...
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    lognormal process time, output rate distribution

    For a project of factory lay out we have given an assembly time of 20 min and stdev of 5 min. distribution type is not given but assumed lognormal (since normal is infeasable because of the possibility of negative assembly times). At what rate do the products exit the assembly station?for...
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    testing rates through time

    Hello all, this seems like it should be a simple questions but our team cannot find an answer to the question. If I have data set up like the following (the numbers are the percent that react positively to the drug): Drug 2007 2008 2009 2010 A 59 62 61 62 B 50 49 58 61...
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    Trend data with categorical independent variables

    I have 4 time points (future timepoints will be added shortly) measured for each company (about n=150). Each company is associated with one of 20 regions which is associated with one of six cities. At each time point, a % injured is calculated that was converted to a specific rate. I think...