I have a question about my Physics Stack Exchange post: How to incorporate the uncertainty of the model coefficients in the prediction interval of a multiple linear regression
I am dealing with a rather hard question, and hoped to get some help on stack-exchange. Being a computational physicist allows me to work at the interface between theory and experiment. This makes what I do, and what I ask sometimes look weird to either the theoretician, the experimentalist, the computer scientist or the statistician (the last part due to ML).
The question posted is one of error-analysis, specifically error propagation (typical experimental physics exercises for anyone who ever had physics labs). Alternately, the statistical component makes it also a statistics question, as also that the statistics community deals with this topic.
Posting the question on statistics site gets it locked because it may not entirely be in the lingo default by statisticians (which I do not claim to be, hence I was asking the question) and as far as I can tell looks a lot like a default question statisticians deal with, but is uniquely different. Maybe this makes it hard to understand.
Posting it on a physics forum (error-analysis as I remember it actually seems closer related to the question I have) gets it locked because it is not "physics" related. Indeed it is a "model"...but point me towards a physicist not using models. And if error-bars are not an import concept in physics, or as a physicist you never encountered them during your training, please tell me.
I do understand that the question may look strange. And any suggestion or question is welcome. The underlying work is rather complex (and long winded), so if you ask a question, and tell me why you need to know, I can give a more understandable and focused answer.
At this point, I feel I am being dismissed out of hand.