Simulation of distributions using Mathematica 6
By Nasser Abbasi
Last updated 10/10/09
This page contains number of Mathematica notebooks to illustrate the use of its Statistics functions. The table below contains the notebooks, the player version of the notebook (which could be played using Mathematica free player) to download the free player to play these notebooks, go to http://www.wolfram.com/solutions/interactivedeployment/publish/
Once you install the player, then you can double click on any of these (.nbp) files below (the files in the links located in the second column of the table below) and run them.
There is a simulator for discrete and continuous distributions, and one for bivariate normal distributions. Screen shots are the bottom of this page.

Date updated 
Description 
Notebook (nb) 
Player version of the
notebook (nbp) 
HTML 
PDF of the notebook 
Screen shots 
Discrete Distributions simulator (Using Dynamics) 
1/3/2008 
EXPIERMENTAL. Same as above, but the UI
was designed using Mathematica Dynamics calls instead of Manipulate. Only 2
distributions. 


continuous Distributions simulator (Using
Manipulate) 
December 2007 
This one is for continuous Distributions. I am working on a
new version but not yet completed. 

Bivariate Normal simulator 
December 2007 
Allows one to see the PDF
and CDF of a bivariate normal distribution. 

Function of random variable 
December 2007 
This is not completed work.
Buggy code. User can enter a function (say Y=a X+b) where X is random
variable of some distribution, and adjust parameters of X and see Y as a
result. 

Small note on using Mathematica to study statistics 
December 2007 
Showing very basic stuff. 


Other Screen shots (might be from earlier versions)
Bernoulli 
Binomial 
Geometric 
negativeBinomial 
Hypergeometric 
Poisson 
Exponential
Density 
Gamma Density 
Normal
Distribution 
Beta Density 

