basic statistical problem
Could anyone clear explain the difference between poisson and binomial? it will be great if you can provide with examples!! thanks you.
- FeIhOnG of OzLv 71 0 年前最佳解答
Hi there:There's a lot of information about these two distributions, so I'll just post the following statement that relates to both of them in here.The binomial distribution with parameters n and λ/n, i.e., the probability distribution of the number of successes in n trials, with probability λ/n of success on each trial, approaches the Poisson distribution with expected value λ as n approaches infinity. This is sometimes known as the law of rare events.Have you tried wikipedia yet? That's where I got this information from. The website is www.wikipedia.org. Just type in "poisson distribution" and "binomial distribution" and all the info will be there. I'm sure it will be lot of help to you.Please feel free to post any question here. I'll keep an eye on this particular post, and I'll try to answer them to the best of my ability.Regards,參考資料： The Boy from Oz (澳洲男孩)
- 大師Lv 51 0 年前
You know, this question might be better off in the math section.
- 1 0 年前