Publication date: 05/24/2021

Image shown hereStatistical Details for Distributions

The distributions fit by the Generalized Regression personality are given below in terms of the parameters used in model fitting. Although it is not specifically stated as part of their descriptions, the Generalized Regression personality enables you to specify non-integer values for the discrete distributions.

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Normal Distribution

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Cauchy Distribution

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t(5) Distribution

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Exponential Distribution

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Gamma Distribution

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Weibull Distribution

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LogNormal Distribution

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Beta Distribution

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Binomial Distribution

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Beta Binomial Distribution

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Poisson Distribution

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Negative Binomial Distribution

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Zero-Inflated Binomial Distribution

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Zero-Inflated Beta Binomial Distribution

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Zero-Inflated Poisson Distribution

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Zero-Inflated Negative Binomial Distribution

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Zero-Inflated Gamma Distribution

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