Simulate values from probability distributions

torbie is the name of a R package created to simulate values from three probability distributions: Normal, Poisson and Binomial.
It is also the name of a type of cat coat coloring. A torbie is a Tortoiseshell cat with the tabby pattern, also known as *lapjeskat* in Dutch.
According to Wikipedia Tortoiseshell cats combine two colours other than white, either closely mixed or in larger patches.

The fastest way to install the package would be to use *devtools::install_github*.
Alternatively you could clone the repository and build the package via RStudio.

- Adapt code for other distributions
- Get list of distributions in
*stats* - Use some non-standard evaluation to dynamically get random generation function
- Think of a more relevant name than torbie

adfi/torbie documentation built on May 10, 2019, 5:54 a.m.

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