Plot a distribution of a data distribution object
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object 
The data distribution object ( 
xlim 
A numeric vector with two elements specifying the lower and upper limit of the xaxis to be plotted. 
ylim 
A numeric vector with two elements specifying the lower and upper limit of the yaxis to be plotted. This argument is applicable for the joint distribution of two dimensions only 
r 
The correlation of two dimensions in the joint distribution 
var 
A vector of the index of variables to be plotted. The length of vector cannot be greater than 2. 
contour 
Applicable if two variables are used only. If TRUE, the contour plot is provided. If FALSE, the perspective plot is provided. 
No return value. This function will plot a graph only.
Sunthud Pornprasertmanit (psunthud@gmail.com)
SimDataDist
for plotting a data distribution object
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18  datadist < bindDist(skewness = c(0, 2, 2), kurtosis = c(2, 4, 4))
# Plot the joint distribution of Variables 1 and 2 with correlation of 0.5
plotDist(datadist, r=0.5, var=1:2)
# Plot the marginal distribution of the variable 3
plotDist(datadist, var=3)
## Not run:
datadist2 < bindDist(c("chisq", "t", "f"), list(df=5), list(df=3), list(df1=3, df2=5))
# Plot the joint distribution of Variables 1 and 2 with correlation of 0.5
plotDist(datadist2, r=0.5, var=1:2)
# Plot the marginal distribution of the variable 3
plotDist(datadist2, var=3)
## End(Not run)

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