## SciPy StatsThe
## Normal Continuous Random VariableThere are two general distribution classes which have been implemented for encapsulating continuous random variables and discrete random variable. Here we will discuss about the continuous Random Variables:
[0.9986501 0.15865525 0.5 0.84134475 0.97724987 0.99996833 0.02275013 0.99999971] In the above program, first, we need to import the To get the median of the distribution, we can use the We can generate the sequence of the random numbers; the size argument is necessary to pass the size parameter.
[-0.42700905 1.0110461 0.05316053 -0.45002771] The output can vary when we run the program every time. We can use the ## Descriptive StatisticsThe descriptive statistics describe the values of observation in a variable. There are various stats such as Min, Max, and Variance, that take the Numpy array as input and returns the particular results. Some essential functions provide by
Let us consider the following program:
0.006283818005153084 -0.03008382588766136 [-2.1865825 2.47537921] DescribeResult(nobs=100, minmax=(-2.1865824992721987, 2.475379209985273), mean=0.006283818005153084, variance=1.0933102537156147, skewness=0.027561719919920322, kurtosis=-0.6958272633471831) ## T-TestThe t-test is used to compare two averages (means) and tells that if these averages are different from each other. The t-test is also described as significant in the differences between the groups. ## T-scoreThe t-score is a ratio between two groups and the difference within the groups. The smaller the t-score shows that the groups are relatively similar, and the more significant t-score indicates, the more difference between the groups.
The two samples are given that can come either from the same or from difference distributions and we want to test whether these samples have the same statistical properties.
Ttest_1sampResult(statistic=array([0.42271098, 1.1463823 ]), pvalue=array([0.67435547, 0.25720448])) In the above output, a p-value is a ## SciPy Linear RegressionLinear regression is used to find the relationship between the two variables. The SciPy provides
There are two types of linear regression. - Simple regression
- Multivariable regression
Simple linear regression is a method for predicting a response using a single feature. It is assumed that the two variables are linearly related, which means the other variable can accurately predict one variable. For example, using temperature in the degree Celsius, it is correctly predicted in Fahrenheit.
Multiple linear regression is described as the relationship between one continuous dependent variable and two or more independent variables. The variable price is dependent on the other variables. Next TopicSciPy Sparse Matrix |