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Joined: Oct 10, 2001
Nov 29, 2001 13:48:00
Does anyone know where the best location of math related
information would be - i've a statistics project to do, dealing with hypergeometric and binomial distributions.
Joined: Sep 23, 2001
Dec 01, 2001 11:13:00
You could check here:
I basically just put "hypergeometric and binomial distributions in Java" into a Google search and came up with a few pages. Now most of these results are sample
, they may let you download the source code, or you could contact them and they may send the code to you. Good Luck!
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