Learn discrete distributions and how to create Animations in R

Today’s lesson includes a journey through Bernoulli trials and Binomial distribution in R.

I use data from New York City’s parking violations. Since we are learning discrete probability distributions, the violation tickets data can serve as a neat example.

We also learn how to create GIFs in R. We first save the plots as “.png” files and then combine them into a GIF using the “animation” and “magick”packages.

The lesson with complete code is here. Happy coding.

Lesson 39 – Discrete distributions in R: Part I

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