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Just a note The first graph of this set is also known as a 'quantile' scatterplot. However, because these are the entire population of results, the relative rank is simply the sequential rank divided by the highest rank  in this case 120. The second graph of this set is a scatterplot of the relative rank of sets of results that have identical outcomes. The height of each bar is the total probability of that event. To make this distribution look more symmetrical we have plotted the Xaxis using a logarithmic scale  because the statistic of interest is a ratio, we would expect its distribution to be skewed.
However, as you can see from these graphs, none of these 3 results are actually possible under this model.
