[Number of confirmed exoplanets to exceed] 4200

Created by Cato 28 days ago; known on 2020-10-27

  • Cato estimated 80% 28 days ago
  • Cato said “Verification: https://exoplanetarchive.ipac.caltech.edu28 days ago
  • Tapetum-Lucidum estimated 89% 28 days ago
  • Cato estimated 77% 21 days ago
  • Cato estimated 79% 21 days ago
  • pranomostro estimated 85% 14 days ago
  • pranomostro said “Linear regression over the discovery numbers since 2010 gives me 4357 exoplanets.14 days ago
  • pranomostro said “lr(2020;lreg([[2009 429][2010 527][2011 662][2012 802][2013 925][2014 1786][2015 1901][2016 3201][2017 3350][2018 3638][2019 4057]]))14 days ago
  • Tapetum-Lucidum said “Your data points aren’t iid because you are using the cumulative count. This biases your OLS estimate towards older data because the model has to account for it multiple times. 13 days ago
  • Tapetum-Lucidum said “To obtain unbiased OLS estimates, take avg of the years’ differences and use this as your slope. Then use the first year’s amount as the intercept. 13 days ago
  • Tapetum-Lucidum said “This gives you the OLS estimate as a function of years since 2009. And it is an unbiased esimate, whereas without taking first differences, it’s not. 13 days ago
  • Cato estimated 67% 4 days ago

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