Description Usage Arguments Value Author(s) References Examples

This function determine what probability distribution function has the best
goodness-of-fit to observations, number of parameters and the quality of
taking in account different information criterias that are evaluated in
the criteria proposed by (*Siena et al., 2017*).

1 | ```
p.criteria(metrics = .., critnames = .., pdfnames = ..)
``` |

`metrics:` |
a numeric matrix with the values of criterias AIC, BIC, AICc and KIC (rows) evaluated by each PDFs (columns). |

`critnames:` |
a character vector with the names of information criteria evaluated. |

`pdfnames:` |
a character vector with the names of PDFs evaluated. |

Provided a matrix with values of pW criteria by each PDFs and information criterias.

Adriana Pina <[email protected]> and David Zamora <[email protected]> Water Resources Engineering Research Group - GIREH

Siena, M., Riva, M., Giamberini, M., & Gouze, P. (2017). Statistical modeling of gas-permeability spatial variability along a limestone core. Spatial Statistics. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.spasta.2017.07.007

1 2 3 4 5 6 | ```
# Example of five PDFs and their respectives values of four information criterias.
data(fractures.crit)
pW.1 <- p.criteria(metrics = fractures.crit, critnames = rownames(fractures.crit), pdfnames = colnames(fractures.crit))
pW.1
# GEV: AIC= 100, BIC= 100, AICc= 1, KIC= 99
``` |

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