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Jack Crenshaw's column features algorithms and plug-and-play routines, along with explanations of how they work.
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Posted: 02:03:48 PM, 21/05/2013
[Continued from Grasping the normal distribution (Part 4)]   Working the statistics For my last trick, I'd like to show you how to use Equation 37 to compute statistical parameters like mean, variance, and standard deviation. For each of these parameters, we'll be evaluating integra......

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Posted: 02:54:04 PM, 16/05/2013
[Continued from Grasping the normal distribution (Part 3)]   <b>What if I <i>want</i> areas?</b> As we've discussed, the sum of the probabilities for all possible results must add up to unity. And indeed they do, in <b>Figure 8</b>. If, for a given &q......

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Posted: 06:32:19 PM, 14/05/2013
[Continued from Grasping the normal distribution (Part 2)]   Computing the odds It's time for a little math. Let N be the number of dice for a given experiment. The smallest value we can get from the throw comes when all the die are showing 1's, so the score must be N. Likewise, the......

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Posted: 07:16:50 PM, 08/05/2013
Call it Hell, Call it Heaven, it's a probable twelve to seven that the guy's only doing it for some doll— Stubby Kaye and Johnny Silver, Guys and Dolls, 1955 In this column, we will tackle parameter estimation. This discipline is based on the fact that our knowledge of the state of......

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Posted: 06:38:46 PM, 10/05/2013
[Continued from Grasping the normal distribution (Part 1)] What are the odds? A good definition for the word "probability" is hard to find. The ones I've found use synonyms like likelihood or chance, so the definition is circular. Fortunately, most of us have an innate understandin......

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