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What makes the sum of two die a binomial distribution? Is it a binomial distribution?
This is a simulation of the probability you will get heads on a coin toss from one coin toss to 100.
Shows the distribution of birth weight in 3,226 newborn babies.
Estimated probability distribution of the number of firing neurons under different temperatures.
Utlizing stats from NBA.com the mean average height of an NBA player is 6'7.
What is the average female shoe size based on total female shoe sales?
To determine the total T-score distribution, we need know the number of pupils, the average of total T-scores and the standard deviation std.
Distribution of blood pressure can be approximated as a normal distribution with mean 85 mm. and standard deviation 20 mm.
Average number of goals Alex Ovechkin scored over an 82 game season playing for the Capitals.
The distribution of combined scores for the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) in 2010
Daily returns of random stocks over a certain period shows normal distribution aka the bell curve.
Yes even the milk production in cows can have a normal distribution.
Average monthly returns after presidential election from 1926-2016. Republican vs Democrat vs non-election month.
Polygenic characteristics of men and women such as skin color and height have a bell-shaped distribution.
Do short men have a complex? This bell curve of the average height of criminals in the 1900s may answer that question.
Plot of two histograms together in R. Shows a bell curve of the average height of carrots and cucumbers.
Calculates results of deer per acre of 5000 acres with percentage of mature bucks and percentage of antler scores.
Shows the probability and bell curve of number of dice rolled, and what number you will roll most.
View shifting distributions of summer temperatures from 1951 thru 2011. Perception of climate change.
Probability an NFL player will retire based on age over a 10 year period.
Probability distribution of the natural variability in monthly temperature anomalies for Durham, North Carolina.
The article linked to below covers Francis Galton's Bean Machine and the probability of distributions.