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I have a sequence like this:


I would like to calculate the probability of transitions between numbers.

I tried with counting pairs (67, 76, 64...) and dividing them with the number off all pairs. I'm wondering is this approach valid? Any ides on some other approach ?

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Is this not similar to the:

You might check if it's the same or similar problem.

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Thank you, I found it already :) – ttwis Dec 20 '12 at 13:02
same problem of yours ? – Pam Dec 20 '12 at 13:07

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