Description Usage Arguments Author(s) References See Also

Two functions that report the chi-squared statistic, or the log-likelihood of a particular
distribution, given a sample of leaf angles. No need to be called by the user.
Simply use `fitdistribution`

, which finds the parameters of the distribution
by minimizing either chi-squared or log-likelihood.

1 2 | ```
chisqfit(angles, distribution, distpars=NA, ...)
loglikfit(angles, distribution, distpars=NA, ...)
``` |

`angles` |
Vector of angles (0-90 degrees). |

`distribution` |
One of the nine distributions. See |

`distpars` |
Vector of parameters |

`...` |
Further parameters passed to ftheta. |

Remko Duursma

Wang W.M., Li Z.L. & Su H.B. (2007). Comparison of leaf angle distribution functions: Effects on extinction coefficient and fraction of sunlit foliage. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 143, 106-122.

`fitdistribution`

, `fitalldistributions`

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