# Skewness

Negative binomial distribution skewness.

The skewness for a negative binomial random variable is

where r is the number of successes until experiment is stopped and p is the success probability in each trial. The random variable X denotes the number of failures until the r success is reached.

## Usage

var skewness = require( '@stdlib/math/base/dists/negative-binomial/skewness' );


#### skewness( r, p )

Returns the skewness of a negative binomial distribution with parameters r (number of successes until experiment is stopped) and p (success probability).

var v = skewness( 100, 0.2 );
// returns ~0.201

v = skewness( 50, 0.5 );
// returns ~0.3


If provided NaN as any argument, the function returns NaN.

var v = skewness( NaN, 0.5 );
// returns NaN

v = skewness( 20, NaN );
// returns NaN


If provided a r which is not a positive number, the function returns NaN.

var v = skewness( -2.0, 0.5 );
// returns NaN


If provided a success probability p outside of [0,1], the function returns NaN.

var v = skewness( 20, -1.0 );
// returns NaN

v = skewness( 20, 1.5 );
// returns NaN


## Examples

var randu = require( '@stdlib/random/base/randu' );
var skewness = require( '@stdlib/math/base/dists/negative-binomial/skewness' );

var v;
var i;
var r;
var p;

for ( i = 0; i < 10; i++ ) {
r = randu() * 100;
p = randu();
v = skewness( r, p );
console.log( 'r: %d, p: %d, skew(X;r,p): %d', r, p.toFixed( 4 ), v.toFixed( 4 ) );
}