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 Oct 16 awarded Notable Question Oct 19 awarded Nice Question Jul 14 awarded Popular Question Oct 21 revised Different results for MaximumLikelihood depending on method? added 127 characters in body Oct 18 accepted How to evaluate the sum using values from the data being input Oct 18 asked How to evaluate the sum using values from the data being input Oct 18 comment Different results for MaximumLikelihood depending on method? yes, the proportion of zeros in my data is very high, more than 90%. Oct 12 accepted How to calculate the mode of a probability distribution Oct 12 awarded Commentator Oct 12 comment How to calculate the mode of a probability distribution @whubber, thank you for such a detail and useful explanation. However, where should I input my numeric parameters into? I have tried to input the value into last equation and when I define the dist, but it doesnt work. Oct 11 revised How to calculate the mode of a probability distribution added 307 characters in body; edited tags Oct 11 comment How to calculate the mode of a probability distribution my only problem with this command is that it takes ages in my Mathematica to run it with very large numeric parameters value. :( Oct 11 awarded Autobiographer Oct 11 awarded Analytical Oct 11 comment How to calculate the mode of a probability distribution will this work if I substitute the parameters with numerical values? Cause I tried to use your suggestion with alpha=1 and beta=2 but then it gives me this message:PolynomialGCD::lrgexp: Exponent is out of bounds for function PolynomialGCD. Oct 11 comment How to calculate the mode of a probability distribution hi, thanks for the suggestion! I will change my username soon :) I have tried use commonest but here is what I got: Commonest::arg1: The first argument is expected to be a list. Oct 11 asked How to calculate the mode of a probability distribution Oct 10 accepted Different results for MaximumLikelihood depending on method? Oct 10 comment How to find the variance under the assumption that x follows some probability distribution perfect!! thanks :)) Oct 10 accepted How to find the variance under the assumption that x follows some probability distribution