compoundDist: Compound distribution

Description Usage Format Examples

Description

This list is necessary to use functions pCompound, dCompound, qCompound, rCompound, hCompound, momentCompound, meanCompound, varCompound, skewCompound, kurtCompound. This list defines the range of discrete distributions to which the package was defined.

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Format

The format is: chr [1:24] "geometric" "poisson" "binomial" "negativebinomial" "lorarithmic" "binomialbinomial" "binomialpoisson" "poissonbinomial" "neymantypea" "neymantypeb" "neymantypec" "polyaaepli" "poissonpascal" "pascalpoisson" "logarithmicbinomial" "logarithmicpoisson" "poissonlindley" "hyperpoisson" "yule" "waring" "kattitypeh1" "kattitypeh2" "hypergeometric" "thomas"

Examples

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## This list should be definned as follows
compoundDist <- c("geometric","poisson","negativebinomial","binomial",
"logarithmic","binomialbinomial","binomialpoisson",
"poissonbinomial","neymantypea","polyaaeppli",
"poissonpascal","pascalpoisson",
"logarithmicbinomial","logarithmicpoisson",
"poissonlindley",
"hyperpoisson","yule","waring","kattitypeh1",
"kattitypeh2","neymantypeb","neymantypec",
"hypergeometric","thomas")

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