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Chapter 5 Resources: The Normal Distribution
Notation/abbreviations:
For random variables X and Z
Symbol
X~ N(, 2)
Z~N(0,1)
X~
X~tn
X~Fn,m
Big ideas:
Explanation
X has a normal distribution with mean and variance 2.
Z has a normal distribution with mean 0
Chapter 3 Resources: Random Variables
Notation/abbreviations:
For a random variable X
Symbol
X~
X~Binomial(n,p)
X~Poisson()
Explanation
X is distributed as
X is a binomial random variable with n trials and probability of success, p.
X is Poisson distribut
Basic R for Stat 3000
Introduction
R is a software package widely used by statisticians for data analysis. It is freely available at http:/www.rproject.org/. R can be used to organize, summarize, and analyze data, and to produce a variety of nice graphics