# Difference between revisions of "Logistic Command"

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## Revision as of 06:55, 28 July 2015

- Logistic[ <Mean>, <Scale>, x ]
- Creates probability density function (pdf) of logistic distribution with parameters mean
*μ*and scale*s*. - Logistic[ <Mean>, <Scale>, x, <Boolean Cumulative> ]
- If
*Cumulative*is true, creates cumulative distribution function of logistic distribution, otherwise creates pdf of logistic distribution. - Logistic[ <Mean>, <Scale>, <Variable Value> ]
- Calculates the value of cumulative distribution function of logistic distribution at variable value
*v*, i.e. the probability*P(X ≤ v)*where*X*is a random variable with logistic distribution given by parameters mean*μ*and scale*s*. **Note:**Returns the probability for a given*x*-coordinate's value (or area under the logistic distribution curve to the left of the given*x*-coordinate).

## CAS Syntax

- Logistic[ <Mean>, <Scale>, x ]
- Creates probability density function (pdf) of logistic distribution with parameters mean
*μ*and scale*s*. - Logistic[ <Mean>, <Scale>, x, <Boolean Cumulative> ]
- If
*Cumulative*is true, creates cumulative distribution function of logistic distribution, otherwise creates pdf of logistic distribution. - Logistic[ <Mean>, <Scale>, <Variable Value> ]
- Calculates the value of cumulative distribution function of logistic distribution at variable value
*v*, i.e. the probability*P(X ≤ v)*where*X*is a random variable with logistic distribution given by parameters mean*μ*and scale*s*. **Note:**Returns the probability for a given*x*-coordinate's value (or area under the logistic distribution curve to the left of the given*x*-coordinate).