Maybe we shouldn’t phrase it this way, since there is still quite a few days left of 365DoA, but you made it to the end! No, not THE end, but if you’ve been following along the past few posts we’ve introduced several seemingly disparate concepts and said, “don’t worry they are related,” without telling you how. Well today, like a magician showing you how to pull a rabbit from a hat, let’s connect the dots and explain why we introduced all those concepts!*
You have all been really patient with seeing how we tie these last few posts together and frankly I think that we are on track to do that in the next post. Today however we have one more thing to introduce then we can bring it all together, that would be yet another normal (again we usually refer to this as the gaussian
) distribution. If you recall I hinted at this a few days ago in the Poisson pdf post
. Let’s look at what this means and why we would want to use this.*
The binomial distribution, don’t worry we’ll get into it.
Well we haven’t covered the binomial distribution, but it should be vaguely familiar if you’ve been keeping up, specifically if you’ve already read about the gaussian pdf
. Today we are going to talk about what the binomial distribution is and how it relates to the normal distribution. So let’s get into it and see how it relates to some of the topics we’ve been covering!*