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Q: I have a problem with the formula (1), namely the formula which gives the statistical error in our Markov chain data from the autocorrelation function. I would expect that we recover the usual formula ( sqrt(var/N) ) if the data are uncorellated (ie if C(n) = 0 for n > 0), but here I get sqrt(2var/N).

A: Yes you are right, there is a small mistake in Eq.(1). The correct formula is - alberto.rosso

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Remark: to get anemail notificationfor when this page is updated/modified, click on the dots...on the edit toolbar, and tune your preferences in the 'Notify' submenu.## Questions and Remarks:

Q: I have a problem with the formula (1), namely the formula which gives the statistical error in our Markov chain data from the autocorrelation function. I would expect that we recover the usual formula ( sqrt(var/N) ) if the data are uncorellated (ie if C(n) = 0 for n > 0), but here I get sqrt(2var/N).