law-plot3d: Static 3D convergence in law

Description Usage Arguments Author(s) References See Also Examples

Description

This function enables one to draw the static 3D plot to investigate convergence in law.

Usage

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law.plot3d(data,probfunc,tinf=-5,tsup=5)

Arguments

data

matrix containing the sample paths of Xn values.

probfunc

function to compute the distribution function of X.

tinf

lower limit for investigating convergence in law.

tsup

upper limit for investigating convergence in law.

Author(s)

P. Lafaye de Micheaux and B. Liquet

References

Lafaye de Micheaux, P. (plafaye@club.fr), Liquet, B. "Understanding Convergence Concepts: a Visual-Minded and Graphical Simulation-Based Approach", The American Statistician , submitted.

See Also

check.convergence, criterion, generate, investigate, law.plot2d, p.as.plot, visualize.crit, visualize.sp

Examples

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rand <- function(n){(cumsum(rchisq(n,df=1))-(1:n))/sqrt(2*(1:n))}
data <- generate(randomgen=rand,nmax=500,M=5000)$data
law.plot3d(data,pnorm)


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