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Probability Distributions
Base (i.e., lowerlevel) probability distribution modules.
Installation
npm install @stdlib/statsbasedists
Usage
var dists = require( '@stdlib/statsbasedists' );
dists
Namespace containing "base" (i.e., lowerlevel) probability distribution modules.
var distributions = dists;
// returns {...}
Continuous Distributions

arcsine
: arcsine distribution. 
beta
: beta distribution. 
betaprime
: beta prime distribution. 
cauchy
: Cauchy distribution. 
chi
: Chi distribution. 
chisquare
: Chisquared distribution. 
cosine
: raised cosine distribution. 
erlang
: Erlang distribution. 
exponential
: exponential distribution. 
f
: fisher's F distribution. 
frechet
: Fréchet distribution. 
gamma
: gamma distribution. 
gumbel
: Gumbel distribution. 
invgamma
: inverse gamma distribution. 
kumaraswamy
: Kumaraswamy's double bounded distribution. 
laplace
: Laplace distribution. 
levy
: Lévy distribution. 
logistic
: logistic distribution. 
lognormal
: lognormal distribution. 
normal
: normal distribution. 
pareto1
: Pareto (Type I) distribution. 
rayleigh
: Rayleigh distribution. 
signrank
: distribution of the Wilcoxon signed rank test statistic. 
tukey
: Studentized range distribution. 
t
: Student's t distribution. 
triangular
: triangular distribution. 
truncatedNormal
: truncated normal distribution. 
uniform
: continuous uniform distribution.
Discrete Distributions

bernoulli
: Bernoulli distribution. 
binomial
: binomial distribution. 
discreteUniform
: discrete uniform distribution. 
geometric
: geometric distribution. 
hypergeometric
: hypergeometric distribution. 
negativeBinomial
: negative binomial distribution. 
poisson
: Poisson distribution.
Other

degenerate
: degenerate distribution.
Examples
var objectKeys = require( '@stdlib/utilskeys' );
var dists = require( '@stdlib/statsbasedists' );
console.log( objectKeys( dists ) );
Notice
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