Probability Distributions Part II – Gaussian, Exponential

In part one of this series, I covered two very basic probability distributions - Bernoulli and multinouli. If you want to find out more about those, or if you wish to learn a bit about what are probability distributions, discrete and continuous random variables, go here. In this post, we're covering two slightly bit more … Continue reading Probability Distributions Part II – Gaussian, Exponential

Probability Distributions Part I – Bernoulli, Multinoulli

Probability distributions are used in statistics to describe how likely a random variable is to take on each of it's possible states. Random variables can be discrete and continuous. A discrete random variable has a finite number of possible outcomes, whereas a continuous random variable has an infinite number of possible outcomes. The Bernoulli distribution … Continue reading Probability Distributions Part I – Bernoulli, Multinoulli