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Jun 7, 2020 12:44 PM
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I am applying Gaussian process model to my data set. But wondering what are the mathematical meanings of this -2LL (-2*LogLikelihood) term? Is there any formula for this (literature)?

I have searched in literature, I only found negative logLikelihood instead of -2*LL. Why JMP take twice of negative?

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This page explains what and why the -LogLikelihood (and -2LogLikelihood) is used.

-Jeff

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This page explains what and why the -LogLikelihood (and -2LogLikelihood) is used.

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Re: What is meant by -2*LogLikelihood in Gaussian Process model report?

Thanks