Binomial Distribution

Transform > Probability Distributions > Binomial

Calculates probabilities, cumulative probabilities, and inverse cumulative probabilities for a binomial distribution.

The binomial distribution is based on the probability of observing successes in a fixed number of independent trials. Data are integers greater than or equal to 0.



Dialog box items

Source Column:
Enter the column you want to evaluate.

Target Column:
Enter a storage column for the generated values. Leave blank to have VisualStat automatically name the target column.

Choose from the following options:

oProbability density: Choose to calculate the probability densities.

oCumulative probability: Choose to compute the cumulative probabilities.

oInverse cumulative probability: Choose to compute the inverse of the cumulative probabilities.

Distribution: Select the distribution for the variable.

Num of trials: Enter number of trials you want to define the binomial distribution.

Prob of success: Enter number between 0 and 1 for the probability of success, which will be used to define the binomial distribution.




Example of using the probability density function (pdf)




See Also:

Probability Distributions

Web Resource: Weisstein, Eric W., Wolfram MathWorld. | Wikipedia