pendensity-package: The package 'pendensity' offers routines for estimating...

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Description

The package 'pendensity' offers routines for estimating penalized unconditional and conditional (on factor groups) densities. For details see the description of the function pendensity.

Details

Package: pendensity
Type: Package
Version: 0.2.10
Date: 2016-03-13
License: GPL (>= 2) LazyLoad: yes

The packages contributes the function 'pendensity()' for estimating densities using penalized splines techniques.

Author(s)

Christian Schellhase <[email protected]>

References

Density Estimation with a Penalized Mixture Approach, Schellhase C. and Kauermann G. (2012), Computational Statistics 27 (4), p. 757-777.

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y <- rnorm(100)
test <- pendensity(y~1)
plot(test)

#################

#second simple example
#with covariate

x <- rep(c(0,1),200)
y <- rnorm(400,x*0.2,1)
test <- pendensity(y~as.factor(x),lambda0=2e+07)
plot(test)

#################

#calculate the value at some (maybe not observed) value yi=c(0,1) of the estimated density

plot(test,val=c(0,1))

#################

#density-example of the stock exchange Allianz in 2006

data(Allianz)
time.Allianz <- strptime(Allianz[,1],form="%d.%m.%y")

#looking for all dates in 2006
data.Allianz <- Allianz[which(time.Allianz$year==106),2]

#building differences of first order
d.Allianz <- diff(data.Allianz)

#estimating the density, choosing a special start value for lambda
density.Allianz <- pendensity(d.Allianz~1,lambda0=90000)
plot(density.Allianz)

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