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Probability Approximation Resources

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This week’s resource post lists notes on probability approximations.

Do we even need probability approximations anymore? They’re not as necessary for numerical computation as they once were, but they remain vital for understanding the behavior of probability distributions and for theoretical calculations.

Textbooks often leave out details such as quantifying the error when discussion approximations. The following pages are notes I wrote to fill in some of these details when I was teaching.

See also blog posts tagged Probability and statistics and the Twitter account ProbFact.

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