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Analyze Cumulative Binomial Probability with a Shiny Web Application. This is an example of a Shiny Web application that can calculate cumulative binomial probabilities on the fly. Jan 28, 2020 · Binomial probability is the relatively simple case of estimating the proportion of successes in a series of yes/no trials. The perennial example is estimating the proportion of heads in a series of coin flips where each trial is independent and has possibility of heads or tails.
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