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Compare right tails of two sample distributions using a quantile-based approach (QBA); see \insertCiteSoliman_etal_2014_insurance;textualfuntimes, \insertCiteSoliman_etal_2015_insurance;textualfuntimes, and \insertCiteLyubchich_Gel_2017_insurance;textualfuntimes.

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`x0, x1` |
vectors of the same length (preferably).
Tail in |

`q` |
a quantile defining the right tail for both |

Sturges' formula is used to calculate number of intervals (*k*)
to split the upper *100(1 - q)*\
(the right tails). Then, each tail is divided into equally-filled intervals
with a quantile step *d=(1 - q)/k*. `Pk`

reports the difference between
corresponding intervals' centers obtained from `x0`

and `x1`

.

A list with two elements:

`d` |
the step in probabilities for defining the quantiles. |

`Pk` |
vector of differences of the intervals' centers. |

Vyacheslav Lyubchich, Yulia R. Gel

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