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Bounded Domain Distributions
Bounded domain distributions naturally come up when random variables should only vary in a finite interval. Some distributions, like beta, occur in a variety of ways, including as order statistics of an underlying uniform distribution or as a model for fractions of some quantity. In general, any unbounded domain distribution can be made to have a bounded domain by using operations such as truncation.
Continuous Distributions
UniformDistribution continuous uniform distribution
BetaDistribution beta distribution
Discrete Distributions
BernoulliDistribution Bernoulli trial distribution
BinomialDistribution binomial distribution
Derived Distributions
Distributions can be made to have bounded domains by modifying existing distributions.
TruncatedDistribution truncate any distribution
CensoredDistribution censor any distribution
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