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Terminology. Occasionally, the **categorical distribution** is termed the "discrete **distribution**". However, this properly refers not to one particular family of ...

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Hello!! I have to generate random numbers with a **categorical distribution**. E.g., I want to generate a such that: / | x with probability 1/6

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In probability theory and statistics, a **categorical distribution** (also called a "generalized Bernoulli **distribution**", "multinoulli **distribution**" or, less precisely, a ...

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Suppose I want to do calculations with a random variable $X$ that has a simple **categorical distribution** (a.k.a generalised Bernoulli **distribution** or discrete ...

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**1.4 Variables and Distributions**. When we are looking at a particular population, selecting samples to make inferences, we need to record our observations or the ...

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The **categorical distribution** is the main **distribution** for handling discrete data. I like to think of it as a histogram. For example, let’s say Simon has a bag full ...

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In probability and statistics, the **Dirichlet-multinomial distribution** is a probability **distribution** for a multivariate discrete random variable.

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2 3 Group Frequency **Distribution** Defining the classes (or groups): • Class limits, for a given class, are the lowest and highest data values that are