# probability distribution

## F Distribution

A tutorial on the F distribution.

## Chi-squared Distribution

A tutorial on the Chi-squared distribution.

## Student t Distribution

A tutorial on the Student t distribution.

## Normal Distribution

A tutorial on the normal distribution.

## Exponential Distribution

A tutorial on the exponential distribution.

## Continuous Uniform Distribution

A tutorial on the continuous uniform probability distribution.

## Poisson Distribution

A tutorial on the Poisson probability distribution.

## Binomial Distribution

A tutorial on the binomial probability distribution.

## Probability Distributions

A probability distribution describes how the values of a random variable is distributed. For example, the collection of all possible outcomes of a sequence of coin tossing is known to follow the binomial distribution. Whereas the means of sufficiently large samples of a data population are known to resemble the normal distribution. Since the characteristics of these theoretical distributions are well understood, they can be used to make statistical inferences on the entire data population as a whole.