R coding for Geometric, Negative Binomial and Poisson distributions

Today’s temperature in New York is below 30F — a cold November day.

  1. Do you want to know what the probability of a cold November day is?
  2. Do you want to know what the return period of such an event is?
  3. Do you want to know how many such events happened in the last five years?

Get yourself some warm tea. Let the room heater crackle. We are diving into rest of the discrete distributions in R. The lesson with complete code is here. Happy coding.

Lesson 40 – Discrete distributions in R: Part II

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