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Generalised Linear Models — Basics and Implementation

Probability Distributions:

Probability distributions are fundamental to statistics, just like data structures are to computer science.

Things happen all the time:
1) dice are rolled,
2) it rains,
3) buses arrive.

After the fact, the specific outcomes are certain:

  • the dice came up 3 and 4,
  • there was half an inch of rain today,

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