for y in range(100): x = randomGaussian() * 15 line(50, y, 50 + x, y)
distribution = [0.0] * 360 size(100, 100) for i in range(len(distribution)): distribution[i] = int(randomGaussian() * 15) background(204) translate(width / 2, width / 2) for i in range(len(distribution)): rotate(TWO_PI / len(distribution)) stroke(0) dist = abs(distribution[i]) line(0, 0, dist, 0)
|Description||Returns a float from a random series of numbers having a mean of 0 and standard deviation of 1. Each time the randomGaussian() function is called, it returns a number fitting a Gaussian, or normal, distribution. There is theoretically no minimum or maximum value that randomGaussian() might return. Rather, there is just a very low probability that values far from the mean will be returned; and a higher probability that numbers near the mean will be returned.|
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