A module that returns True or False output based on given probability

# What is PyProbs?

PyProbs is a module that has useful functionality that returns True or False output based on the given probability.

## Installation

You can install it from PyPI by running the following command:

pip install pyprobs


Or you can install it from source:

pip install .


## Examples

Simple Usage:

>>> from pyprobs import Probability as pr
>>> # You can pass float (i.e. 0.5, 0.157), int (i.e. 1, 0) or str (i.e. '50%', '3/11')
>>> pr.prob(50/100)
False
>>> pr.prob(50/100, num=5)
[False, False, False, True, False]


>>> from pyprobs import Probability as pr
>>> p = pr()
>>> p.iprob('3/7', 0.25, num=2)
[[True, True], [False, False]]

>>> p.history
{'3/7': [True, True], 0.25: [False, False]}
>>> p.count_values('all')
{True: 2, False: 2}

>>> p.set_constant(1/1000, mutable=True)  # If you set the mutable parameter to False, you won't be able to change the constant again.

>>> # You can get the constant and mutable value:
>>> p.get()
{'constant': 0.001, 'mutable': True}
>>> # Also you can use it like "p.get(how='constant')" or "p.get(how='mutable')", this only returns the desired value.

>>> p._constant # You can more easily get the constant value.
0.001


## Functions of The Probability Class

• prob
• iprob
• set_constant
• get
• clear
• count_values

Note: All of them require creating an instance except the prob function.

• Python v3.6+

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