qqgig: Generalized Inverse Gaussian Quantile-Quantile and...

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GIGPlotsR Documentation

Generalized Inverse Gaussian Quantile-Quantile and Percent-Percent Plots

Description

qqgig produces a generalized inverse Gaussian QQ plot of the values in y.

ppgig produces a generalized inverse Gaussian PP (percent-percent) or probability plot of the values in y.

If line = TRUE, a line with zero intercept and unit slope is added to the plot.

Graphical parameters may be given as arguments to qqgig, and ppgig.

Usage

qqgig(y, Theta, main = "GIG Q-Q Plot",
  xlab = "Theoretical Quantiles",
  ylab = "Sample Quantiles",
  plot.it = TRUE, line = TRUE, ...)

ppgig(y, Theta, main = "GIG P-P Plot",
  xlab = "Uniform Quantiles",
  ylab = "Probability-integral-transformed Data",
  plot.it = TRUE, line = TRUE, ...)

Arguments

y

The data sample.

Theta

Parameters of the generalized inverse Gaussian distribution.

xlab, ylab, main

Plot labels.

plot.it

Logical. TRUE denotes the results should be plotted.

line

Logical. If TRUE, a line with zero intercept and unit slope is added to the plot.

...

Further graphical parameters.

Value

For qqgig and ppgig, a list with components:

x

The x coordinates of the points that are be plotted.

y

The y coordinates of the points that are be plotted.

References

Wilk, M. B. and Gnanadesikan, R. (1968) Probability plotting methods for the analysis of data. Biometrika. 55, 1–17.

See Also

ppoints, dgig.

Examples

par(mfrow=c(1,2))
y <- rgig(1000,c(1,2,3))
qqgig(y,c(1,2,3),line=FALSE)
abline(0,1,col=2)
ppgig(y,c(1,2,3))

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