Distributome

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The Distributome Project is an open-source, open content-development project for exploring, discovering, learning, and computational utilization of diverse probability distributions. Probability distributions are a special class of functions defined in terms of integrals of positive density functions. Distribution functions are very useful in representation, modeling and interpretation of various observable processes and natural phenomena. Probability densities are a non-negative functions that integrate to one over the real numbers. A probability density function can be seen as a smooth version of a frequency histogram.

The interactive Distributome graphical user Navigator (requires Java) and the Distributome-Editor provide the following core functions:

Authors

Ivo Dinov
Kyle Siegrist
Dennis Pearl

Associated Institutions

UCLA
UAH
OSU

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Application Domains
  • Biology
  • Domain independent
Other Resource Type
  • Distributed online resource for probability distributions
Software Subtype
  • Bioinformatics
  • Data mining/Machine learning
  • Document/information retrieval
  • Other
Programming Languages
  • Java
  • Other
Operating Systems
  • Linux
  • OS X
  • Unix
  • Windows
Included Components
  • Application Programming Interface
  • Graphical User Interface
  • Library of modular components
Dataset Subtype
Data Model Subtype
Online Resource Subtype
Knowledge Base Subtype
Intended User Types
  • Informatics researcher
  • Software developer
Available Documentation
  • API
  • Screenshots
  • Tutorial
  • Web page/HTML documentation
Licensing Type
LGPL
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