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Before this template there was just Template:ProbMacro because a nicely formatted probability statement was hard, up until then I'd resisted using macros, however then came Template:ProbMacros which adds and .
Rather than clutter the template namespace with macros plural and not all over the place I have decided to use:
- Macro: a small collection of 1 (possibly, but rarely more) macros, where modulo operation)
will introduce only and , and will introduce only (
- I may extend this to use a second argument to communicate with the defining page (a sub-page of Template data:Macro/List), for example to request only from the group
- Macro suit: this is a collection ("suit") of individual macros (defined on the previous bullet point) which are commonly needed together, for example a -suit could introduce the macros and macros for expected value ( ), variance ( ), Mdm ( ) and so forth