Description Usage Arguments Details Value Examples

Generic functions to apply the fitted Johnson transformation to transform new data.

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`object` |
a |

`newdata` |
new data to be fitted |

`...` |
further arguments to match |

After the johnson transformation is used, if you want to use the same
transformation on different data, you can use these functions. This is
designed to be the same functionality as the `predict`

functions.

Numeric vector of the transformed values

#'

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#' # if you want to predict based on a fitted distribution, you must set the
# parameters in the qtls() function using the fitted model object jt.
jt <- jtrans(rexp(300, .4))
# good prediction
predict(jt, rexp(10, .4))
# will generate NaN because newx is from different distribution
predict(jt, rexp(10, .1))
``` |

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