A couple years ago I put up a web version of a chart of probability distribution relationships based on a chart by Lawrence Leemis. It lets you click on a distribution name or an arrow representing a relationship and get details. Here’s a thumbnail image of the diagram:
Here’s a screen shot of what you’d see when you mouse over the geometric distribution.
Ivan emphasized that this was a quick proof-of-concept rather than something he carefully polished. What would you do to improve it?
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