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I would be greatful if You can give some advise regarding the following problems: As I reviewed some empirical papers, I learnt that most of them using relatively small number of observations for performing Empirical Bayes Estimation.

Question (1): Can I use it with bigger data sets?

Question (2): I am using two different types of arcsin transformations. Please find below the sources

(1):https://web.stanford.edu/~hastie/CASI_files/PDF/casi.pdf :equation 7.12, 7.13,7.21 and 7.23 (2):https://nignatiadis.github.io/assets/talks/neurips_2019_covariate_ebayes.pdf: slide 6-7

I performed the transformation and did the procedure but got different results. When I used the method from source 1 the results were negative but with source 2 positive...

source 1 main equations enter image description here s Transform back: enter image description here

source 2 main equations enter image description here enter image description here And here We have to transform back as well.

Why I got fully different results?

Best Attila

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  • $\begingroup$ The right Stack Exchange site for this question is Cross Validated. $\endgroup$ – Richard Hardy May 22 at 11:10

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