Conake: Continuous Associated Kernel Estimation
Version 1.0

Continuous smoothing of probability density function on a compact or semi-infinite support is performed using four continuous associated kernels: extended beta, gamma, lognormal and reciprocal inverse Gaussian. The cross-validation technique is also implemented for bandwidth selection.

AuthorW. E. Wansouwé, F. G. Libengué and C. C. Kokonendji
Date of publication2015-03-01 08:16:08
MaintainerW. E. Wansouwé <ericwansouwe@gmail.com>
LicenseGPL (>= 2)
Version1.0
URL www.r-project.org
Package repositoryView on CRAN
InstallationInstall the latest version of this package by entering the following in R:
install.packages("Conake")

Getting started

Package overview

Popular man pages

Conake-package: Continuous Associated Kernel Estimation
Conakereport: A brief summary of the results
cvbw: Cross-validation function for bandwidth selection
dke: Function for probability density estimation
kef: Continuous associated kernel function
simp_int: The Simpson method to compute integral
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All man pages Function index File listing

Man pages

Conake-package: Continuous Associated Kernel Estimation
Conakereport: A brief summary of the results
cvbw: Cross-validation function for bandwidth selection
dke: Function for probability density estimation
kef: Continuous associated kernel function
simp_int: The Simpson method to compute integral

Functions

Conake Man page
Conake-package Man page
Conakereport Man page Source code
cvbw Man page Source code
dke Man page Source code
kef Man page Source code
simp_int Man page Source code

Files

NAMESPACE
R
R/Conakereport.R
R/simp_int.R
R/dke.R
R/cvbw.R
R/kef.R
MD5
DESCRIPTION
man
man/simp_int.Rd
man/cvbw.Rd
man/kef.Rd
man/Conakereport.Rd
man/dke.Rd
man/Conake-package.Rd
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