This function uses J.R.M. Hosking's package produce an object of class "rfd", containing the specification of the regional frequency distribution.

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`lflist` |
A list of "lfobj"s |

`n` |
MAM-n is used (e.g. n=7 means MAM7) |

`event` |
A value for T, e.g. event = 100 means the 100 years extreme low flow event |

`dist` |
A vector of distribution to fit, the names are according to Hostking's in his "lmom" package. Can be an of "wei","gev","ln3","gum","pe3". |

Daniel Koffler and Gregor Laaha

Manual on Low-flow Estimation and Prediction, Operational Hydrology Report No. 50, Koblenz 2009

J. R. M. Hosking (2012). L-moments. R package, version 1.6. URL: http://CRAN.R-project.org/package=lmom.

`lmom`

,`lmomRFA`

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data(ngaruroro)
#Toy example to get some more "rivers"
seventies <- subset(ngaruroro, hyear %in% 1970:1979)
eighties <- subset(ngaruroro, hyear %in% 1980:1989)
nineties <- subset(ngaruroro, hyear %in% 1990:1999)
toyrfa <- rfa(list(seventies,eighties,nineties), n=3,dist = "gev")
# Now you can work on using Hoskings lmomRFA-package, e.g.
require(lmomRFA)
regquant(c(1/1000,1/100),toyrfa)
sitequant(1/100,toyrfa)
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