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Adam Kustka
08/02/12 6:22pm

My third posting in less than a week but I have been glued to this chair and keyboard. I have a list in sets of three (i.e., data={{1.0, .05, .89}, {1.02, .04, .65},etc.}) that I' d like to map to the probability function to calculate P values.
The following line works great for mapping the experimental statistic to a pre - set mean and standard deviation but I have tried to continue the mapping to input the 1st and 2nd values from empirical mean and standard deviation from Monte Carlo type simulation). I've ordered books but they haven't arrived.

Below works great but once I try to input another element from the list, all heck breaks loose (erf and erfc output).

TableForm[
Probability[Map[x <= #[[3]] &, data],
x \[Distributed] NormalDistribution[1, 0.05]]]


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Author Date Posted
Mapping in Probability function Adam Kustka 08/02/12 6:22pm
Re: Mapping in Probability function Bill Simpson 08/05/12 00:10am
Re: Re: Mapping in Probability function Adam Kustka 08/06/12 09:23am
Re: Re: Re: Mapping in Probability function Bill Simpson 08/07/12 5:19pm
Re: Re: Re: Re: Mapping in Probability function Adam Kustka 08/14/12 10:47am
Re: Mapping in Probability function vit 08/09/12 07:50am
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