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TransformedDistribution   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
TransformedDistribution[expr, x \[Distributed] dist] represents the transformed distribution of expr where the random variable x follows the distribution ...
Extreme Value Distributions   (Mathematica Guide)
Just as normal and stable distributions are natural limit distributions when considering linear combinations such as means of independent variables, extreme value ...
Derived Statistical Distributions   (Mathematica Guide)
Derived distributions are modifications to existing distributions. There is a variety of ways in which you can arrive at modified distributions, including functions of random ...
Distributed   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
Distributed[x, dist] or x \[Distributed] dist asserts that the random variable x is distributed according to the probability distribution dist.Distributed[{x_1, x_2, ...}, ...
The fundamental type of distribution in reliability analysis is a lifetime distribution. This models the lifetime of a component or a system. Many lifetime distributions are ...
ChiSquareDistribution   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
ChiSquareDistribution[\[Nu]] represents a \[Chi]^2 distribution with \[Nu] degrees of freedom.
ExponentialDistribution   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
ExponentialDistribution[\[Lambda]] represents an exponential distribution with scale inversely proportional to parameter \[Lambda].
Probability & Statistics   (Mathematica Guide)
Probability and statistics are used to model uncertainty from a variety of sources, such as incomplete or simplified models. Yet you can build useful models for aggregate or ...
NormalDistribution   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
NormalDistribution[\[Mu], \[Sigma]] represents a normal (Gaussian) distribution with mean \[Mu] and standard deviation \[Sigma].NormalDistribution[] represents a normal ...
CentralMomentGeneratingFunction   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
CentralMomentGeneratingFunction[dist, t] gives the central moment generating function for the symbolic distribution dist as a function of the variable t. ...
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