Python Distributions Package, Testing and Github


So, I’m starting from the end on this one, I have the work done, but I’m going to document some important elements of how to go about creating a Python package, how to run some tests to ensure that it works and how to store it on Github. First I’m going to start with Github, then I’ll work on some testing and finally we’ll discuss the code.

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Could the Real “Probability Density Function” Please Stand Up

This is a quicky post, not even worthy to be a full post in and of itself because the topic is so short. However, I’m hoping that the wording and content might lead a weary Data Analyst traveler who is just trying to find the correct Probability Density Function, when the web insists on showing multiple formulae, to the answer they seek.

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