varpt: variance for the Poisson-Tweedie family of distributions

Description Usage Arguments Details Author(s) See Also Examples

Description

Variance for the Poisson-Tweedie family of distributions

Usage

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varpt(mu, p,  theta0)

Arguments

p

is a real index related to a precise model.

mu

the mean.

theta0

the canonical parameter.

Details

variance for the Poisson-Tweedie family of distributions

Author(s)

Cactha David Pechel, Laure Pauline Fotso and Celestin C Kokonendji Maintainer: Cactha David Pechel ( <[email protected]>)

See Also

dpoistweedie, ppoistweedie

Examples

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## plot of variance
layout(matrix(1:1,1,1))
layout.show(1)
mu <- seq(0.001,6,l=100)
var <-varpt(mu,p=5000,theta0=-150)
plot(mu, var, type = "l", col = "green", lwd=1,main="variance(p,mu,theta0=-150)")
grid(nx=1,ny=1, lty=1,lwd=2)
lines(mu,varpt(mu,p=1,theta0=-150), type = "l", col = "blue", lwd=1)
lines(mu,varpt(mu,p=2,theta0=-150), type = "l", col = "black", lwd=1)
lines(mu,varpt(mu,p=1.5,theta0=-150), type = "l", col = "yellow", lwd=1)
lines(mu,varpt(mu,p=2.5,theta0=-150), type = "l", col = "cyan", lwd=1)
lines(mu,varpt(mu,p=3,theta0=-150), type = "l", col = "magenta", lwd=1)
segments(4,2.5,4.5,2.5,col="blue" )
  text(5,2.5,"p=1",cex=0.8)
segments(4,2,4.5,2,col="yellow" )
  text(5,2,"1.5",cex=0.8)
segments(4,1.5,4.5,1.5,col= "black")
  text(5, 1.5,"p=2",cex=0.8)
segments(4,1,4.5,1,col="cyan" )
  text(5, 1,"p=2.5" ,cex=0.8)
segments(4,0.5,4.5,0.5,col="magenta" )
  text(5, 0.5,"p=3" ,cex=0.8) 
segments(4,0,4.5,0,col= "green" )
  text(5, 0,"p=5000",cex=0.8)  

poistweedie documentation built on May 2, 2019, 3:25 a.m.