Description Usage Arguments Details Value References Examples

Plot fitted population pdfs at combinations of two different values of the population mean and variance.

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`medianfit` |
The output of a |

`precisionfit` |
The output of a |

`alpha` |
Value between 0 and 1 to determine choice of means and variances used in plots |

`tails` |
Value between 0 and 1 to determine the tail area shown in the pdf plots |

`lower` |
lower limit on the x-axis for plotting. |

`upper` |
upper limit on the x-axis for plotting. |

`n.x` |
The number of points on the x-axis at which the pdf is plotted. |

`d` |
The fitted distribution for the population median. Can be one of "normal", "lognormal" or "best", where "best" will select the best fitting out of normal and lognormal. |

`fontsize` |
Font size used in the plots. |

Four pdfs are plotted, using each combination of the `alpha`

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quantiles of the fitted distributions for the population median and standard deviation

A plot and a list, containing

`mu` |
The two population mean values used in the plots. |

`sigma` |
The two population standard deviation values used in the plots. |

`multiplot`

function obtained from
http://www.cookbook-r.com/Graphs/Multiple_graphs_on_one_page_(ggplot2)/

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