ecdfSteps | R Documentation |

Compute Coordinates of an Empirical Distribution Function

```
ecdfSteps(x, extend)
```

`x` |
numeric vector, possibly with |

`extend` |
a 2-vector do extend the range of x (low, high). Set |

For a numeric vector uses the R built-in `ecdf`

function to compute
coordinates of the ECDF, with extension slightly below and above the
range of `x`

by default. This is useful for `ggplot2`

where the ECDF may need to be transformed. The returned object is suitable for creating stratified statistics using `data.table`

and other methods.

a list with components `x`

and `y`

Frank Harrell

`stats::ecdf()`

```
ecdfSteps(0:10)
## Not run:
# Use data.table for obtaining ECDFs by country and region
w <- d[, ecdfSteps(z, extend=c(1,11)), by=.(country, region)] # d is a DT
# Use ggplot2 to make one graph with multiple regions' ECDFs
# and use faceting for countries
ggplot(w, aes(x, y, color=region)) + geom_step() +
facet_wrap(~ country)
## End(Not run)
```

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