# qOP: Odd Parteo G distribution In MHussein-S/OPAG:

 qOP R Documentation

## Odd Parteo G distribution

### Description

Quantile function of OPAG distribution for any base distribution

### Usage

`qMPo(p,par,distr,lower=0,upper,lower.tail=TRUE,log.p=FALSE)`

### Arguments

 `p` scalar or vector of probabilities. `par` named vector or list of the distribution parameters. `distr` character string specifying the base distribution (for example, "exp" for exponential base distribution). `lower` the lower end point of the interval to be searched. `upper` the upper end point of the interval to be searched. `lower.tail` logical; if TRUE, probability are P(X <= x), otherwise, P(X > x). `log.p` logical; if TRUE, probabilities p are given as log(p).

### Value

An object of the same length as p, giving the quantile function values computed at p

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### Examples

```qOP(p=0.5,c(rate=0.2,a=2,c=0.5),"exp",upper=100)
qOP(0.25,c(rate=0.2,a=2,c=1.5),"exp",upper=100)
qOP(0.75,c(a=2,c=2),"norm",upper=100)
qOP(log(0.5),c(a=5,c=1,rate=0.5),"exp",lower=0,upper=100,log.p=TRUE)
qOP(0.10,c(a=1.5,c=3,rate=0.5),"exp",lower=0,upper=100,lower.tail=FALSE)
qOP(p=0.5,c(rate=0.2,a=2,c=2),"exp",upper=100)
```

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