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F-distribution Explained

In statistics, you have to determine if the pattern you identify in the data is significantly different from no pattern at all. There are a bunch of ways to do this, but the most common is the use of probability functions. Probability functions permit you to determine the chance that your model is different. Among […]

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Continuous Probability Distribution Explained

What is a continuous probability distribution? It will be helpful to first define the terms continuous versus discrete, and then compare the two. According to Apple Dictionary, discrete means, “individually separate and distinct,” whereas continuous means, “forming an unbroken whole; without interruption.” A great way to visualize the difference is to look at a fretted […]

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