Shiny app: Distributions of random variables

October 11, 2017
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(This article was first published on Matt's R Blog, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

There is a new version of my Distributions of Random Variables Shiny app available.
This is a cleaned up modern revision of my original 2013 app series involving random variable probability distributions.
The primary change is a switch to ggplot2 from base graphics. I have added this app to my shiny-apps GitHub repository so the source code is available, including a script containing all those pesky plotmath expressions.

The app draws and plots samples from various well known discrete and continuous probability distributions, all of which are available in base R with the single exception of the Pareto distribution. To include this distribution, I used the VGAM package. The plots include an overlay of the formula for the selected probability mass or density function.

Available discrete distributions:

  • Bernoulli
  • Binomial
  • Uniform
  • Geometric
  • Hypergeometric
  • Negative Binomial
  • Poisson

Available continuous distributions:

  • Beta
  • Cauchy
  • Chi-squared
  • Exponential
  • F
  • Gamma
  • Laplace (Double Exponential)
  • Logistic
  • Log-Normal
  • Normal
  • Pareto
  • t
  • Uniform
  • Weibull

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