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#1 2015-11-07 00:12:51

simon999
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joint normal

When you have two or more variables, if one assume all marginal distributions and pairwise conditional distributions are normal with non zero variance.

Does that mean the variables must also be "jointly normal"?

Basically is the fact both marginal and conditional distributions are normal restrictive enough to ensure "jointly normal"?

Many thanks

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