graph-eccomp: Graphical comparison of multiple fitted distributions In mbbefd: Maxwell Boltzmann Bose Einstein Fermi Dirac Distribution and Destruction Rate Modelling

Description

`eccomp` plots the empirical exposure curve distribution against fitted exposure curve functions.

Usage

 ```1 2 3 4 5``` ```eccomp(ft, xlim, ylim, main, xlab, ylab, do.points=TRUE, datapch, datacol, fitlty, fitcol, addlegend = TRUE, legendtext, xlegend = "bottomright", ylegend = NULL, ...) ```

Arguments

 `ft` One `"DR"` object or a list of objects of class `"DR"`. `xlim` The x-limits of the plot. `ylim` The y-limits of the plot. `main` A main title for the plot, see also `title`. `xlab` A label for the x-axis, defaults to a description of `x`. `ylab` A label for the y-axis, defaults to a description of `y`. `datapch` An integer specifying a symbol to be used in plotting data points, see also `points`. `datacol` A specification of the color to be used in plotting data points. `fitcol` A (vector of) color(s) to plot fitted distributions. If there are fewer colors than fits they are recycled in the standard fashion. `fitlty` A (vector of) line type(s) to plot fitted distributions/densities. If there are fewer colors than fits they are recycled in the standard fashion. See also `par`. `addlegend` If `TRUE`, a legend is added to the plot. `legendtext` A character or expression vector of length ≥q 1 to appear in the legend, see also `legend`. `xlegend, ylegend` The x and y co-ordinates to be used to position the legend. They can be specified by keyword or in any way which is accepted by 'xy.coords': see `legend` for details. `do.points` logical; if `TRUE`, also draw points at the x-locations. Default is true. For large dataset (n > 1e4), `do.points` is ignored and no point is drawn. `...` Further graphical arguments passed to graphical functions used in cdfcomp, denscomp, ppcomp and qqcomp.

Details

`eccomp` provides a exposure curve plot of each fitted distribution along with the eecf.

By default a legend is added to these plots. Many graphical arguments are optional, dedicated to personalize the plots, and fixed to default values if omitted.

Author(s)

Christophe Dutang.

See `plot`, `legend`, `eecf`.
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