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First of all, I am new here but I am not new to statistics. But I need your help:rofl:

I do have a multivariate normal distribution: x~p(mu,sig)

the vector x has to groups of variables, those that I know are below zero (x_bz), and those that I know are above zero (x_az).

I am interested in the conditional distribution of the x above zero: p(x_az|x_bz<0). Can someone help me derive this distribution or is this a known distribution I was to stupid to find?

thanks for all input, J

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# Conditional normal distribution

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