I´m wondering how to find out something about distribution functions after I´ve calculated the scewness. I have 15 numbers, mean is 3.206, highest is 7.028 and lowest is 0.9209. Variance is 2.958195. I calculate the skewness and got 0.945.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I´m wondering which of the following distributions is the best match for the numbers I´ve already calculated. I tried to plot the scors I got but it didn´t seem to make any sense.

These are the possibilities:

DU(i,j)).

Geom(p)).

Poisson(lambda).

Weibull(alpha,beta)).

Gamma(alpha,beta).

PT5(alpha,beta).

I was looking for a way to find alpha, beta, gamma etc

I was thinking if it was something about the Kolmogorov test?

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