in reply to Curved Random Distribution
How about Math::Random::OO::Normal
use Math::Random::OO::Normal;
push @prngs,
Math::Random::OO::Normal>new(), # mean 0, stdev 1
Math::Random::OO::Normal>new(5), # mean 5, stdev 1
Math::Random::OO::Normal>new(1,3); # mean 1, stdev 3
$_>seed(0.42) for @prngs;
print( $_>next() . "\n" ) for @prngs;
Re^2: Curved Random Distribution by xdg (Monsignor) on Oct 18, 2005 at 17:50 UTC 
I wrote M::R::OO::N, but I now recommend Jerry Hedden's Math::Random::MT::Auto instead. It's faster, more robust and supports more types of distributions.
xdg
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