Logistic Distribution Calculator

The logistic distribution is a continuous distribution defined by its location parameters, which is similar to normal distribution. The logistic distribution and normal distribution graphs have similar shapes. The comparison between one of the data and other data is the percentile. Enter the values of percentile, location parameter and scale parameter in the logistic distribution calculator, it finds the probability, lower and upper cumulative density function.

The logistic distribution is a continuous distribution defined by its location parameters, which is similar to normal distribution. The logistic distribution and normal distribution graphs have similar shapes. The comparison between one of the data and other data is the percentile. Enter the values of percentile, location parameter and scale parameter in the logistic distribution calculator, it finds the probability, lower and upper cumulative density function.

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Formula:

E = e- ((x - a) / b) p = E / (b x (1 + E)2) lcdf = 1 / (1 + E) ucdf = 1- lcdf Where, E = Exponent Value x = Percentile a = Location Parameter b = Scale Parameter p = Probability Density Function (pdf) lcdf = Lower Cumulative Density Function (lcdf) ucdf = Upper Cumulative Density Function (ucdf)

The logistic distribution application has been widely used in areas like, agriculture, finance, etc,. Find the lower and upper cumulative density function using the logistic distribution calculator.

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