Statistical utilities for the analysis of data by means of the Marshall-Olkin Extended Zipf distribution are presented. The distribution is a two-parameter extension of the widely used Zipf model. By plotting the probabilities in log-log scale, this two-parameter extension allows a concave as well as a convex behavior of the function at the beginning of the distribution, maintaining the linearity, associated to the Zipf model, in the tail.
|Author||Ariel Duarte-López <[email protected]>, Aina Casellas <[email protected]>, Marta Pérez-Casany <[email protected]>|
|Maintainer||Ariel Duarte-López <[email protected]>|
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