RFdistr: Evaluating distribution families

Description Usage Arguments Details Value See Also Examples

View source: R/rf.R

Description

Through RRdistr distribution families can be passed to RandomFields to create distributions available in the RMmodel definitions.

Usage

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RFddistr(model, x, params, dim=1, ...)
RFpdistr(model, q, params, dim=1, ...)
RFqdistr(model, p, params, dim=1, ...)
RFrdistr(model, n, params, dim=1, ...)
RFdistr(model, x, q, p, n, params, dim=1, ...)

Arguments

model,params

an RRmodel.

x

the location where the density is evaluated

q

the location where the probability function is evaluated

p

the value where the quantile function is evaluated

n

the number of random values to be drawn

dim

the dimension of the vector to be drawn

...

for advanced use: further options and control arguments for the simulation that are passed to and processed by RFoptions

Details

RFdistr is the generic function for the 4 functions belonging to a distribution.

Value

as described in the arguments

See Also

RRgauss, RR

Examples

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RFoptions(seed=0) ## *ANY* simulation will have the random seed 0; set
##                   RFoptions(seed=NA) to make them all random again

## a very toy example to understand the use
model <- RRdistr(norm())
v <- 0.5
Print(RFdistr(model=model, x=v), dnorm(x=v)) 
Print(RFdistr(model=model, q=v), pnorm(q=v))
Print(RFdistr(model=model, p=v), qnorm(p=v))

n <- 10
r <- RFdistr(model=model, n=n, seed=0)
set.seed(0); Print(r, rnorm(n=n))


## note that a conditional covariance function given the
## random parameters is given here:
model <- RMgauss(scale=exp())
for (i in 1:3) {
  RFoptions(seed = i + 10)
  readline(paste("Model no.", i, ": press return", sep=""))
  plot(model)
  readline(paste("Simulation no.", i, ": press return", sep=""))  
  plot(RFsimulate(model, x=seq(0,10,0.1)))
}

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