pspp can calculate several functions of standard statistical distributions. These functions are named systematically based on the function and the distribution. The table below describes the statistical distribution functions in general:

- PDF.
`dist`(`x`[,`param`...]) - Probability density function for
`dist`. The domain of`x`depends on`dist`. For continuous distributions, the result is the density of the probability function at`x`, and the range is nonnegative real numbers. For discrete distributions, the result is the probability of`x`. - CDF.
`dist`(`x`[,`param`...]) - Cumulative distribution function for
`dist`, that is, the probability that a random variate drawn from the distribution is less than`x`. The domain of`x`depends`dist`. The result is a probability. - SIG.
`dist`(`x`[,`param`...) - Tail probability function for
`dist`, that is, the probability that a random variate drawn from the distribution is greater than`x`. The domain of`x`depends`dist`. The result is a probability. Only a few distributions include an`/NAME/`

function. - IDF.
`dist`(`p`[,`param`...]) - Inverse distribution function for
`dist`, the value of`x`for which the CDF would yield`p`. The value of`p`is a probability. The range depends on`dist`and is identical to the domain for the corresponding CDF. - RV.
`dist`([`param`...]) - Random variate function for
`dist`. The range depends on the distribution. - NPDF.
`dist`(`x`[,`param`...]) - Noncentral probability density function. The result is the density of
the given noncentral distribution at
`x`. The domain of`x`depends on`dist`. The range is nonnegative real numbers. Only a few distributions include an`/NAME/`

function. - NCDF.
`dist`(`x`[,`param`...]) - Noncentral cumulative distribution function for
`dist`, that is, the probability that a random variate drawn from the given noncentral distribution is less than`x`. The domain of`x`depends`dist`. The result is a probability. Only a few distributions include an NCDF function.

The individual distributions are described individually below.