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Zipf, Poisson

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scipy.stats has a whole bunch of distributions you can test against and a bunch of tests for trying to figure out how your data is distributed.

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I just know sinusoidal current dataset...what else could be a data distribution that would be favorable to called current dataset?

Depends on the device/whatever you're trying to simulate: digital currents will likely be the derivative of a square wave (which itself is a collection of impulse functions), mosfets look sort of like http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Current%E2%80%93voltage_characteristichttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Current%E2%80%93voltage_characteristic [Broken], etc. You may need outlier detection for some distros and not others.

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what about exponential current and sinc? Is sinc current probable in real world?

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