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Jul1610, 01:40 PM

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This could go in the homework section I suppose, but I couldn't follow the guidelines, so I'll try asking it here.
The attached image is a probability distribution for measured fibre angles from a spray up carbon fibre process. This is in a report that I need to explain. To get the probability distributions on the Y axis, would one just add up all the fibres, and divide that total by the number between a given orientation? 



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Jul1610, 04:04 PM

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#3
Jul1710, 02:40 AM

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I'm asking how would generate the probabilities on the Yaxis?




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Jul1710, 06:14 PM

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Jul1810, 03:09 AM

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I know it does, what I'm asking is how was it obtained in the first place? Would you just add up the number of fibres between a certain angle and then divide by the total number of fibres? And that gives probability?




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Jul1810, 11:38 AM

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It's generated by looking at all the fibres, putting each one into a category (of orientation), and counting up how many fibres are in each category; then expressing that number as a proportion of the total number of fibres.
This should have been posted in homework help. 



#7
Jul1810, 12:19 PM

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Yes, that's what I thought, thanks for your help, maybe it can be moved?



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