rflip: Tossing Coins

Description

These functions simplify simulating coin tosses for those (students primarily) who are not yet familair with the binomial distributions or just like this syntax and verbosity better.

Usage

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rflip(n = 1, prob = 0.5, quiet = FALSE, verbose = !quiet)

## S3 method for class 'cointoss'
print(x, ...)

nflip(n = 1, prob = 0.5, ...)

Arguments

n

the number of coins to toss

prob

probability of heads on each toss

quiet

a logical. If TRUE, less verbose output is used.

verbose

a logical. If TRUE, more verbose output is used.

x

an object

...

additional arguments

Value

for rflip, a cointoss object

for nflip, a numeric vector

Examples

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rflip(10)
rflip(10, prob=1/6, quiet=TRUE)
do(5) * rflip(10)
as.numeric(rflip(10))
nflip(10)

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