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Posts tagged ‘Probability distribution’

Calculating standard uncertainties for each uncertainty contribution

In evaluating the combined uncertainty of a testing method from various sources of uncertainty, we need to ensure that we work on a platform of standard uncertainties expressed as standard deviations throughout, because in addition to the standard uncertainty (u) values obtained by our own evaluation (Type A uncertainty), we may also encounter the so-called Type B uncertainty contributions which are uncertainty (U) values given by a third party or from experience and other information in different forms.   Read on … How to calculate standard uncertainties for each source of uncertainty


Sharing an Excel calculation on Monte Carlo simulation





Using R to plot the probability density functions


Statistical tests for checking normality


Understanding Binomial probability distribution – Part 2

Understanding the Binomial Probability Distribution Pt 2

Understanding the Binomial Distribution

Understanding the Binomial Probability Distribution Part I