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FactorialMoment

FactorialMoment
gives the r^(th) moment of the elements in the list.
FactorialMoment
gives the r^(th) moment of the symbolic distribution dist.
FactorialMoment[r]
represents the r^(th) factorial moment.
  • For the list , the ^(th) factorial moment is given by .
Compute factorial moment from data:
Use symbolic data:
Compute the second factorial moment of a discrete univariate distribution:
The second factorial moment of a continuous univariate distribution:
The factorial moment for a multivariate distribution:
Find relation of formal factorial moment to raw moments:
Evaluate for a particular distribution:
Compute factorial moment from data:
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Use symbolic data:
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Compute the second factorial moment of a discrete univariate distribution:
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The second factorial moment of a continuous univariate distribution:
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The factorial moment for a multivariate distribution:
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Find relation of formal factorial moment to raw moments:
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Evaluate for a particular distribution:
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Compute factorial moment for univariate distributions:
Compute factorial moment of specific order:
Evaluate factorial moment of specific order numerically:
Compute factorial moment for multivariate distributions:
Compute factorial moment of a formula-defined distribution:
Compute factorial moments of distributions derived from data:
Compute factorial moment for a set of 5 i.i.d. samples of size 1000:
TraditionalForm formatting:
Estimate parameters of a distribution using the method of moments:
Compare data and the estimated parametric distribution:
Reconstruct probability mass function from the sequence of factorial moments:
Find the factorial moment generating function (fmgf):
Use equivalence of the fmgf and the probability generating function:
Verify that factorial moments of the found distribution match the originals:
Factorial moment is equivalent to an expectation of FactorialPower:
First factorial moment is equivalent to Mean:
FactorialMoment can be computed from Moment through :
MomentConvert produces the same result:
Moment can be computed from FactorialMoment through :
MomentConvert produces the same result:
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