Posts Tagged ‘ sequences ’

Example 7.31: Contour plot of BMI by weight and height

April 5, 2010
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Example 7.31: Contour plot of BMI by weight and height

A contour plot is a simple way to plot a surface in two dimensions. Lines with a constant Z value are plotted on the X-Y plane.Typical uses include weather maps displaying "isobars" (lines of constant pressure), and maps displaying lines of constant e...

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Example 7.7: Tabulate binomial probabilities

July 25, 2009
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Example 7.7: Tabulate binomial probabilities

Suppose we wanted to assess the probability P(X=x) for a binomial random variate with n = 10 and with p = .81, .84, ..., .99. This could be helpful, for example, in various game settings. In SAS, we find the probability that X=x using differences in t...

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