np.gumbel() method, we can get the distribution of the gumbel as an array using
np.gumbel () . p>
np.gumbel (value, scale, size)
Return: Return the array of gumbel distribution.
Example # 1:
In this example, we can see that with
np.gumbel () we can get an array of the Gumbel distribution using this method.
array ([12.64947204, 12.37405666, 13.58474571, 14.91257252, 12.52167875,
12.4480617, 14.95250558, 11.70944994, 12.8006472181, <11.6022 /> 11.877631, 11.5397349, 12.46834902, 13.27323288, 14.93137191,
11.95035735, 12.54426051, 11.1745507, 13.10580066, 14.41014362])
Example # 2: / p>
[5.34883666 -0.98597658 2.35585763 1.45700115 -2.62043708 -0.61983442
1.8046374 -1.73997392 4.29301495 1.82840768]
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