[ot-users] Discrete distribution
roy at cerfacs.fr
Wed Nov 8 14:41:51 CET 2017
OK thanks for the precision. Indeed, this could be highlighted (as in scipy’s documentation).
So if I read all this correctly, there is currently no other way than use ot.UserDefined as I am doing to do a uniform discrete distribution.
I tried ot.Multinomial but the api is not very clear. If I get it right this could do the job but would require some rescaling if I want specific bounds.
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> Le 8 nov. 2017 à 14:27, Julien Schueller | Phimeca <schueller at phimeca.com> a écrit :
> Hi Roy,
> There are several discrete distributions:
> - Poisson
> - Binomial
> - Multinomial
> - Dirac
> - Geometric
> - Skellam
> - Bernoulli
> - NegativeBinomial
> - UserDefined
> - ZipfMandelbrot
> Maybe they should be highlighted in the doc.
> De : users-bounces at openturns.org <users-bounces at openturns.org> de la part de roy <roy at cerfacs.fr>
> Envoyé : mercredi 8 novembre 2017 14:14:04
> À : users
> Objet : [ot-users] Discrete distribution
> Hi everyone,
> I was looking at a way to have discrete distribution.
> From the doc there is no discrete distribution (or I missed it) so I wanted to use scipy’s distributions
> and wrap them with ot.SciPyDistribution. But with randint I got this issue :
> >>> ot.SciPyDistribution(randint)
> Traceback (most recent call last):
> File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
> File "/Users/roy/Applications/miniconda3/envs/batman3/lib/python3.6/site-packages/openturns/model_copula.py", line 3047, in __init__
> raise TypeError('Argument is not a scipy distribution')
> TypeError: Argument is not a scipy distribution
> I tried commenting the raise and it seems to work as I expected. But I suppose the raise is here for a reason.
> Until then I am using this:
> from scipy.stats import randint
> import openturns as ot
> rv = randint(10, 20)
> points = ot.Sample(10000, 1)
> for i in range(10000):
> points[i] = (rv.rvs(),)
> disc_dist = ot.UserDefined(points)
> Pamphile ROY
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