Brief History of the Two-Piece Normal November 10, 2019November 27, 2019 by Quant Girl A brief recollection of the history of the two-piece normal distribution discovery: 119 years from the first publication of Gustav Fechner original work until its latest re-discovery. To find more about the two-piece normal including its definition, visualisation, random sample generation, and Python library see my next post. If you are interested in reading more about the history I recommend:The Two-Piece Normal, Binormal, or Double Gaussian Distribution: Its Origin and Rediscoveries published in 2014 by Kenneth F. Wallis Share this:TweetMoreWhatsAppEmailLike this:Like Loading... Tags: History infographics Statistics twopiece Quant Girl I write about Mathematics, Statistics, Finance, Programming, and the relationships among them. I enjoy learning, listening to music and podcasts, practicing yoga, reading magazines, and watching documentaries. 2 thoughts on “Brief History of the Two-Piece Normal” Pingback: The Two Piece Normal Distribution – Quant Girl Pingback: Fan Charts – Quant Girl Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.