[SciPy-User] poisson distribution in scipy.stats
Mon Nov 9 15:21:59 CST 2009
On Nov 9, 2009, at 10:03 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
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> On Mon, Nov 9, 2009 at 14:58, Davide Cittaro
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>> Hi all,
>> about the poisson generator... given l (expected) and k (found) I
>> guess that
>> the way to get the probability of k I have to do this:
>> d = scipy.stats.poisson(l)
>> p = pmf(k)
>> which I found being the same of
>> p = scipy.stats.poisson.pmf(l, k)
> Also correct.
Although I've just plotted values and they are sligthly different...
the second version does have only a max value at l, whereas the first
has two maxima (l and l-1)
>> I've here some code in which it is written:
>> d = scipy.stats.poisson(l, k)
> That one is completely wrong.
Ok, I see... It looks like it shifts the pmf of k... but how does it
works? I mean, how the discrete distribution constructor interprets
this kind of declaration?
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