printL | R Documentation |

print list objects created in this package

printL(dlf, digits = 1)

`dlf` |
List as explained in section Details |

`digits` |
number of digits |

The common object to share between functions (see overview in `extremeStat`

)
is a list with the following elements:

`dat` | numeric vector with (extreme) values, with all NAs and values below threshold removed |

`dat_full` | original input data complete with NAs |

`datname` | character string for main, xlab etc |

`parameter` | list (usually of length 17 if `speed=TRUE` in
`distLfit` )
with parameters of each distribution |

`gof` | dataframe with 'Goodness of Fit' measures, sorted by RMSE of theoretical and empirical cumulated density |

`distnames` | character vector with selected distribution names |

`distfailed` | Names of nonfitted distributions or "" |

`distcols` | colors for distnames (for plotting). If not given manually,
determined by `berryFunctions::rainbow2` |

`distselector` | character string with function name creating the selection |

`truncate, threshold` | Truncation percentage and threshold value,
relevant for `distLquantile` |

optionally, it can also contain:

`returnlev, npy ` | dataframe with values of distributions for given
return periods (`RPs` ), number of observations per year/block.
These elements are only added in `distLextreme` |

`RPweibull, RPgringorton` | Return periods according to plotting positions,
added in `plotLextreme` |

`quant` | Quantile estimates from `distLquantile` |

`exBootRPs, qexBootSim, exBootCI, exBootCL` | objects from `distLexBoot` |

none, prints via `message`

.

Berry Boessenkool, berry-b@gmx.de, Sept 2014, March + July 2015, Dec 2016

`extremeStat`

# see ?distLextreme

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