Difference between revisions of "Statistics notes  on random variables, distributions, probability"
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+  * since such a twooutcome event can be called a Bernoulli random variable, you can say that a binomial distribution is the sum of many independent such outcomes  
+  :: more precisely, that a binomial random variable is the sum of independent (but identically distributed) Bernoulli random variables. {{verify}}  
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+  * there's also Bernoulli ''distributions''.  
+  : all Bernoulli distributions are binomial distributions, though most binomial distributions are not Bernoulli distributions.  
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+  * gaussian and Poisson (and some others) can be extrapolated from binomial  
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Binomial_distribution  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Binomial_distribution  
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+  https://math.stackexchange.com/questions/838107/whatisthedifferenceandrelationshipbetweenthebinomialandbernoullidistr  
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+  ====Bernoulli Distribution====  
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+  Basically binomial  
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