Loaded Probability for 3rd nucleotide mutation in codon
Illustration: When we throw a coin, the chance of head & tail coming up is equal. When we throw a dice, the chances of any no. 1 to 6 coming up are equal.
We call them as chances of equal probability. Suppose we want to throw a coin where chance of head is 80% and that of tail is 20%. The probability in this
case is said to be unevenly loaded. The above is a toss with uneven probabilities. Here all individual probabilities are assumed to be whole numbers only
and are expressed as % so that their sum total is 100%. (If probabilities are to be in decimal up to 1 place, the High value is to be changed to 1000
and probability % to be multiplied by 10 each.)