Description Usage Arguments See Also Examples

Functions returned by functions. Note that you can name your functions whatever you like. (In the vignette I've named them f, F and F.inv). Also note that you don't call these functions, rather call epdfuv(), ecdfuv(), etc and then call the functions that are returned.

1 2 3 4 5 | ```
epdfuv.f (x)
ecdfuv.f (x)
ecdfuv.f.inverse (y)
epdfmv.f (x)
ecdfmv.f (x)
``` |

`x` |
A vector of x values. |

`y` |
A vector of y values. |

epdfuv, ecdfuv, ecdfuv.inverse, epdfmv, ecdfmv, epdfc, ecdfc, ecdfc.inverse

1 2 3 4 5 | ```
#construct an empirical quantile function and then evaluate it
#(compute the 0.25 quantile)
x = rnorm (30, 4) ^ 2
ecdfuv.f.inverse = ecdfuv.inverse (x)
ecdfuv.f.inverse (0.25)
``` |

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