Probability and statistics

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Probability and Statistics or also called Statistics and Probability are two related but separate academic disciplines.wikipedia
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Probability and statistics

Probability

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Probability and Statistics or also called Statistics and Probability are two related but separate academic disciplines.

Discipline (academia)

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Probability and Statistics or also called Statistics and Probability are two related but separate academic disciplines.

Statistics

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Probability and Statistics or also called Statistics and Probability are two related but separate academic disciplines. Statistical analysis often uses probability distributions, and the two topics are often studied together.

Probability distribution

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Statistical analysis often uses probability distributions, and the two topics are often studied together.

Probability theory

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However, probability theory contains much that is mostly of mathematical interest and not directly relevant to statistics.

Mathematics

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However, probability theory contains much that is mostly of mathematical interest and not directly relevant to statistics.

Random variable

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In probability and statistics, a random variable, random quantity, aleatory variable, or stochastic variable is a variable whose possible values are outcomes of a random phenomenon.

Compound probability distribution

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In probability and statistics, a compound probability distribution (also known as a mixture distribution or contagious distribution) is the probability distribution that results from assuming that a random variable is distributed according to some parametrized distribution, with (some of) the parameters of that distribution themselves being random variables.

Generalized beta distribution

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In probability and statistics, the generalized beta distribution is a continuous probability distribution with five parameters, including more than thirty named distributions as limiting or special cases.

Gompertz distribution

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In probability and statistics, the Gompertz distribution is a continuous probability distribution, named after Benjamin Gompertz.

Inverse-chi-squared distribution

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In probability and statistics, the inverse-chi-squared distribution (or inverted-chi-square distribution ) is a continuous probability distribution of a positive-valued random variable.

Mean-preserving spread

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In probability and statistics, a mean-preserving spread (MPS) is a change from one probability distribution A to another probability distribution B, where B is formed by spreading out one or more portions of A's probability density function or probability mass function while leaving the mean (the expected value) unchanged.

Gamma/Gompertz distribution

In probability and statistics, the Gamma/Gompertz distribution is a continuous probability distribution.

Reciprocal distribution

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In probability and statistics, the reciprocal distribution is a continuous probability distribution.

Generalized integer gamma distribution

In probability and statistics, the generalized integer gamma distribution (GIG) is the distribution of the sum of independent

Markov renewal process

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In probability and statistics a Markov renewal process is a random process that generalizes the notion of Markov jump processes.

Benini distribution

In probability, statistics, economics, and actuarial science, the Benini distribution is a continuous probability distribution that is a statistical size distribution often applied to model incomes, severity of claims or losses in actuarial applications, and other economic data.

Department of Mathematics and Statistics, McGill University

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Members of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics are active in directing research in algebraic geometry, analysis, applied mathematics, category theory and logic, discrete mathematics, geometric group theory, number theory, and probability and statistics.

Glossary of areas of mathematics

Elementary mathematics: parts of mathematics frequently taught at the primary and secondary school levels. This includes elementary arithmetic, geometry, probability and statistics, elementary algebra and trigonometry. (calculus is not usually considered a part)