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Topic: Is there a name for this distribution?
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Re: Is there a name for this distribution?
Posted: May 27, 2014 11:17 AM
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? 2013?11?17????UTC+8??6?34?56??Steve???
> I want to program a random distribution in the range 0.0 to 1.0, similar to a normal distribution, but with the centre point shifted to, say, 0.25.
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> The quality of the randomness isn't crucial, as long as it is shifted.
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> Given that I can create a random normal-ish distribution, which is good enough for my purposes, by averaging a few regular Random(0,1), is there a technique to make a shifted version?
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> As per the subject header, I don't even know what to Google for!
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> Thanks


try beta distribution. search its wiki page. you can use GNU Scientific Library (GSL) to generate beta distributed random numbers



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