Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) Examples

Uses the example of players movements on a sports field to show the mechanics of how a "Normal Density" comes about.

1 | ```
Players(Step, n.Players, n.Steps)
``` |

`Step` |
ith step or ith coin toss. |

`n.Players` |
Number of players on the field. |

`n.Steps` |
Total number of tosses/steps planned to take. |

Shows the asymptotic behavior of binomial probability mass functions via simulation.

Provides positions and distribution of positions for any number of players on a sports field and generates a histogram after ith step.

Reza Norouzian <rnorouzian@gmail.com>

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 | ```
# see 15 players' final positions and their distributions after taking
# 6 steps out of 16 total steps:
Players(Step = 16, n.Players = 1000, n.Steps = 16)
# see 1000 players' final positions and their distributions after taking
# 16 steps out of 16 total steps:
Players(Step = 16, n.Players = 1e4, n.Steps = 16)
``` |

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