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>>You have piqued my curiosity, Mike. Would you be willing to share
with us your project using a slider in connection with generating
100,000 random samples? (either a description or the code or the
>>project itself as an attachment).
I doubt it is of much interest to anyone else. The program plots
the binomial distribution (theoretical distribution - (p + q)^n).
Where p is the probability an event will occur and n is the number of times
could occur. In terms of the Galton board, which has been discussed recently,
the event could be a ball moving to the left on hitting a pin, p=50%,
and n is the number of pins a ball will hit on its descent.
In terms of the sliders in the program:
n = range
p = prob
num.sam = number of balls falling/1000.
The larger n the larger num.sam to give a smooth plot.
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To save an attachment to your computer, PC users should right-click (Mac users, click and hold the mouse button) on the link and then choose 'save target as' from the pop-up menu. A window will then pop up in which you can choose a location for the file.