Compare right tails of two sample distributions using an interval-based approach (IBA); see \insertCiteChu_etal_2015_insurance;textualfuntimes and \insertCiteLyubchich_Gel_2017_insurance;textualfuntimes.
vectors of the same length (preferably).
a threshold defining the tail. The threshold is the same for both
Sturges' formula is used to calculate number of intervals
d, then interval width is derived.
are divided into the intervals. Number of
x1-values within each interval
is compared with the number of
x0-values within the same interval
(this difference is reported as
A list with two elements:
vector that tells how many more
vector of the intervals' centers.
Calvin Chu, Yulia R. Gel, Vyacheslav Lyubchich
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