I am trying to find an ANALYTICAL way to extract a critical value from a generic distribution. I need a way to find it analytically because I am trying to find a relationship between the critical values.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I always find methods that depends on the distribution tables, but I would like to know how these tables are built.

I did not find anything on the internet?

any advice? ( in particular I am working with Gaussian and ChiSquare distributions)

thanks

Simone

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# How to find a critical value of a distribution ?

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