Another cover for KevFurry! This time, Cecil and Cedric will teach the furry fandom about Extreme Value Theory, which is used to calculate the probability of exceptional events, like storms, earthquakes, market risk, and so on. Cecil is confident his barrier can withstand a storm, based on using EVT to determine it has a low probability of collapse. Cedric, on the other hand, doesn't want to take any chances with this test and runs away like hell. I guess strong winds prevent him from flying away?
Don't forget to check out the previous covers in this series, spoofing the "Manga Guide To"series.
Linear Regression https://www.weasyl.com/~guineapigdan/submissions/1779844/the-scalie-guide-to-linear-regression
Nonparametric Methods https://www.weasyl.com/~guineapigdan/submissions/1845003/the-scalie-guide-to-nonparametric-methods
Randomized Response Techniques https://www.weasyl.com/~guineapigdan/submissions/1847708/the-scalie-guide-to-randomized-response-techniques
Markov Chain Monte Carlo https://www.weasyl.com/~guineapigdan/submissions/1850369/the-scalie-guide-to-markov-chain-monte-carlo
Item Response Theory https://www.weasyl.com/~guineapigdan/submissions/1858147/the-scalie-guide-to-item-response-theory
Time-to-Event Analysis https://www.weasyl.com/~guineapigdan/submissions/1894916/the-scalie-guide-to-time-to-event-analysis
Time Series https://www.weasyl.com/%7Eguineapigdan/submissions/1897219/the-scalie-guide-to-time-series
Asymptotic Theory https://www.weasyl.com/~guineapigdan/submissions/1900286/the-scalie-guide-to-asymptotic-theory