Well, yeah, sure. I only had a few minutes here. But if you REALLY want to get nerdy, you might want to model the decreasing probability of a particular print selling after an initial no-bid. It seems reasonable to expect the probability of any particular print selling would diminish as the number of selling attempts increased. Probably would asymptotically approach that Guinness Stout I'm getting ready to go home and drink.

Quote Originally Posted by John McCallum View Post

[Don't forget the number z with probability p lying under the standard normal density curve is called the upper p critical value of the std normal distribution.]