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### poisson

Course: PHYS 258, Fall 2009
School: UConn
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Distribution Physics Poisson 258 - DS Hamilton 2004 This worksheet displays several histograms for the Poisson distribtion. Begin with defining a range vaiable n, which will be the number of counts in a particular time interval. The parameter nav is the average number of counts in that time interval, and dpois(n,nav) is the probability that n counts were actually measured. n av 0 n .. 8 1 0.4 0.368 0.368 0.3...

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Distribution Physics Poisson 258 - DS Hamilton 2004 This worksheet displays several histograms for the Poisson distribtion. Begin with defining a range vaiable n, which will be the number of counts in a particular time interval. The parameter nav is the average number of counts in that time interval, and dpois(n,nav) is the probability that n counts were actually measured. n av 0 n .. 8 1 0.4 0.368 0.368 0.3 0.184 0.061 dpois n , n av 0.2 dpois n , n av = 0.015 0.003 5.109 .10 7.299 .10 4 5 6 0.1 0 0 n 5 9.124 .10 n av 4 As nav gets larger, the probability function gets more Gaussia...

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