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leon matthew
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Hi,
Does anyone know where the best location of math related java information would be - i've a statistics project to do, dealing with hypergeometric and binomial distributions.
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Michael Bruesch
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You could check here:
http://www.mathtools.net/Java/index.html
or:
http://www2.spsu.edu/math/deng/m2260/java.htm
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 applets, 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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