Tag Archives: SymPy

Prerequisite: Sympy.solve() In this article, we will discuss how to solve a linear equation having more than one variable. For example, suppose we have two… Read More
With the help of sympy.stats.NormalGamma() method, we can create a bivariate joint random variable with multivariate Normal gamma distribution. Syntax: sympy.stats.NormalGamma(syms, mu, lamda, alpha, beta)… Read More
With the help of sympy.stats.NegativeMultinomial() method, we can create a discrete random variable with Negative Multinomial Distribution. Syntax: sympy.stats.NegativeMultinomial(syms, k, p) Parameters: syms: the symbol… Read More
With the help of sympy.stats.MultivariateT() method, we can create a joint random variable with multivariate T-distribution. Syntax: sympy.stats.MultivariateT(syms, mu, sigma, v) Parameters: syms: the symbol… Read More
With the help of sympy.stats.MultivariateEwens() method, we can create a discrete random variable with Multivariate Ewens Distribution. Syntax: sympy.stats.MultivariateEwens(syms, n, theta) Parameters: syms: the symbol… Read More
With the help of sympy.stats.MultivariateBeta() method, we can create a continuous random variable with Dirichlet/Multivariate Beta Distribution. It is a multivariate generalization of the beta… Read More
With the help of sympy.stats.Multinomial() method, we can create a discrete random variable with Multinomial Distribution. A multinomial distribution is the probability distribution of the… Read More
With the help of sympy.stats.Gamma() method, we can create a continuous random variable with a Gamma distribution. The density of the Gamma distribution is given… Read More
With the help of sympy.stats.Skellam() method, we can create a discrete random variable with a Skellam distribution.  The Skellam is the distribution of the difference… Read More
With the help of sympy.stats.Binomial() method, we can create a Finite Random Variable representing a binomial distribution.  A binomial distribution is the probability of a… Read More
In Sympy, the function Polygon.encloses_point() is used to check whether the given point is enclosed by polygon or not. It returns True if the given… Read More
In Sympy, the function Polygon.distance() is used to return the shortest distance between the given polygon and o. If o is a point, then given… Read More
In Sympy, the function Polygon.cut_section() is used to get a tuple of two polygon segments(two-part of the polygon) that lie above and below the intersecting… Read More
In Sympy, the function Polygon.intersection() is used to get the intersection of a given polygon and the given geometry entity. The geometry entity can be… Read More
With the help of sympy.log() function, we can simplify the principal branch of the natural logarithm. Logarithms are taken with the natural base, e. To… Read More