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Probability distributions have a surprising number of inter-connections . A dashed line in the chart below indicates an approximate (limit) relationship between two distribution families. A solid line indicates an exact relationship: special case, sum, or transformation.

Click on a distribution for the parameterization of that distribution. Click on an arrow for details on the relationship represented by the arrow. Other diagrams on this site:

Conjugate prior relationships Modes of convergence Gamma and related function identities Special function diagram Bessel function relationships

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