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The purpose of this paper is to report the results of fitting three biologically significant statistical models, Poisson, negative binomial (NB) and negative binomial-two parameter weighted exponential (NB-TWE) distributions, to biological data. The results of fitting the different distributions are compared by using the K-S Test and Cramer-von Mises Test. We found that the data follows the highest value base on a NB-TWE distribution, which implies that the NB-TWE distribution is the best fitdoi:10.5176/2251-1938_ors17.18 fatcat:zlmrgziquzbubgzqzhcd4drhxu