Questions in topic: "distribution parameters"
https://answers.flexsim.com/questions/topics/single/25393.html
The latest questions for the topic "distribution parameters"Exception with distribution in a global table caused by getstream(current)
https://answers.flexsim.com/questions/57438/exception-with-distribution-in-a-global-table-caus.html
<p>Good morning,</p><p>I am using a global table to look up cycle times for my processors based on their names. This works fine. I then tried to add in a distribution into the table, by assigning the cell data type to Flexscript. I used a beta distribution:</p><pre>beta(138.8, 200, 2, 10, getstream(current))
</pre><p>This results in the following exception, and the cycle time of the processor becomes instantaneous (or close to it).</p><pre>time: 0.000000 exception: FlexScript exception: Property "dataType" accessed on invalid node. at /0</pre><p>If I remove the getstream(current) and replace it with an integer, everything functions as normal.</p><p>Do I have to select a stream manually? Or am I doing something wrong in trying to use the default getstream(current) function?</p>global tableflexscriptdistribution parametersflexscript exceptiondatatypeWed, 10 Oct 2018 14:31:25 GMTchristopher.s2How does this Weibull distribution look like in Flexsim?
https://answers.flexsim.com/questions/32271/how-does-this-weibull-distribution-look-like-in-fl.html
<p>I did an analysis on a population of samples and the analysis said that the distribution can best be presented by a Weibull distribution such as the one in the attached picture. How would I enter this distribution in Flexsim's Weibull (i.e. num weibull(num location, num scale, num shape [, num stream])?</p><p>What would the location, scale, shape and stream nums be based on the attached picture analysis?</p><p>Thank you for the kind help!</p><p><a href="/storage/attachments/4202-ssd-rosebank-downtime-distribution-201603.png">ssd-rosebank-downtime-distribution-201603.png</a></p><p>@paul.toone</p>distributionsstatistical distributiondistribution parametersMon, 12 Dec 2016 09:02:11 GMTedward.ellisMethod to set value ranges in a uniform distribution
https://answers.flexsim.com/questions/30884/method-to-set-value-ranges-in-a-uniform-distributi.html
<p>In addition to the thread of <a rel="user" href="/users/426/davidbesson.html" nodeid="426">@David Besson</a> <a target="_blank" href="https://answers.flexsim.com/questions/30864/decide-activity-by-percentage-bug.html">Decide activity by percentage bug?</a> how can we set a range of values without the limit values itself like ]0..100[ or 0 < x < 100 inside the parameters of a uniform distribution?
<a target="_blank" href="https://answers.flexsim.com/questions/30864/decide-activity-by-percentage-bug.html"></a></p>distribution parametersuniformThu, 10 Nov 2016 16:00:36 GMTjoerg.vogelBinomial Negative Distribution
https://answers.flexsim.com/questions/29908/distribution-binomial-negative.html
<p>Hi everyone:</p><p>I have a variable that models the number of items sent by a source object. This number follows a negative binomial distribution with a mean value of 339 and variance value of 392.</p><p>I'm trying to customize the negbinomial() function but I can't find the correct values for the parameters ("number of successes" and "probability"). I can't find help in the manual and also searched in Wikipedia but I'm lost.</p><p>Any help would be appreciated!</p><p>Thanks :)</p><p>PD: To test if the parameters are ok, I use the experimenter, counting the number of items that are sent (once the number is reached, I close the sink's output).</p><p>EDIT: I attach a simple model to test it: <a href="https://answers.flexsim.com/storage/attachments/3286-negbinomial.fsm">negbinomial.fsm</a></p>distributionsdistribution parametersnegbinomialSat, 22 Oct 2016 20:37:58 GMTjorge_manuel.garciaWhat is the limit to the number of parameters (sets) you can have in a P() statement? How about the dempirical() statement?
https://answers.flexsim.com/questions/25394/what-is-the-limit-to-the-number-of-parameters-sets.html
<p>I understand the manual command structure. What is the limit to the
number of probability sets either the P() statement or dempirical()
statement can contain? In other words, if a single "set" is the
probability of an outcome and its respective value, should the P()
statement be able to handle</p><pre>P(2.7,1,2.1,2,1.5,3,7.5,4,0.1,5,5.8,6,2.3,7,1.6,8,6.1,9,6,10,1.2,11,5.8,12,5.6,13,3.9,14,1.7,15,6.8,16,7.1,17,0.8,18,1.2,19,2,20,3.3,21,7.1,22,6.2,23,4.6,24,7,25);</pre>flexscriptflexsim hccommandsdistribution parametersTue, 26 Jul 2016 14:23:10 GMTlou.keller