What is the probability that a Monet painting will sell for more than $5 million?
- [Narrator] This video will serve as our…real world application of the kernel density estimate.…So in this video, we're going to take a look at…the Monet data set.…Monet is a famous impressionist and many…of his paintings have sold at auction…for millions of dollars the Monet data set…is a record of all of those final auction prices…for his paintings.…We'll be discussing the parts of the…kernel density estimator function.…And then we will be answering the question…using the kernel density estimator,…what is the probability that, in the future,…a Monet painting will for $5,000,000 or more.…
So I'm back in my virtual machine.…Let's do a Google search for Monet paintings.…So this is my excuse for putting beautiful…Monet paintings into my videos and we're going to be…discussing these auction prices of these paintings.…Aren't those lovely, hopefully you recognize…a few of those.…I'm going to go back over to my alt tab,…just going to type in data set.…So I'm looking for the link economic analysis…seventh edition data sets.…
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