evir: Extreme Values in R

Functions for extreme value theory, which may be divided into the following groups; exploratory data analysis, block maxima, peaks over thresholds (univariate and bivariate), point processes, gev/gpd distributions.

AuthorBernhard Pfaff [aut, cre], Alexander McNeil [aut] (S original (EVIS)), Alec Stephenson [trl] (R port of EVIS)
Date of publication2012-07-26 21:32:20
MaintainerBernhard Pfaff <bernhard@pfaffikus.de>
LicenseGPL (>= 2)
Version1.7-3

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Functions

bmw Man page
danish Man page
decluster Man page
dgev Man page
dgpd Man page
emplot Man page
exindex Man page
findthresh Man page
gev Man page
gpd Man page
gpdbiv Man page
gpd.q Man page
gpd.sfall Man page
gumbel Man page
hill Man page
interpret.gpdbiv Man page
meplot Man page
nidd.annual Man page
nidd.thresh Man page
pgev Man page
pgpd Man page
plot.gev Man page
plot.gpd Man page
plot.gpdbiv Man page
plot.potd Man page
pot Man page
qgev Man page
qgpd Man page
qplot Man page
quant Man page
records Man page
rgev Man page
rgpd Man page
riskmeasures Man page
rlevel.gev Man page
shape Man page
siemens Man page
sp.raw Man page
spto87 Man page
tailplot Man page

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