Prior and posterior distributions

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Description

Generic functions for prior and posterior distributions

Usage

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dprior(model, parameter, ...)

pprior(model, parameter, ...)

qprior(model, parameter, ...)

rprior(model, parameter, ...)

sprior(model, parameter, ...)

dpost(model, parameter, ...)

ppost(model, parameter, ...)

qpost(model, parameter, ...)

rpost(model, parameter, ...)

spost(model, parameter, ...)

Arguments

model

an object of class brr (see Brr)

parameter

a character string among mu, phi, lambda, x, y

...

the first argument of the function called

Examples

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model <- Brr(a=2, b=4)
dprior(model, "mu", 1:3)
# the same:
dprior_mu(mu=1:3, a=2, b=4)
## Not run: 
dprior(model, "lambda", 1:3)
## End(Not run)
model <- model(c=4, d=5, S=10, T=10)
dprior(model, "lambda", 1:3)
model <- model(x=5, y=10)
ppost(model, "phi", 1)
model <- Brr()
## Not run: 
ppost(model, "phi", 1)
## End(Not run)
model <- model(x=5, y=10, S=3, T=10)
ppost(model, "phi", 1)

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