plot.eff.cont: Plotting tools for Continuous effectiveness distributions

Description Usage Arguments See Also

Description

Plot the density, distribution and quantile functions of a continuous effectiveness distribution.

Usage

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## S3 method for class 'eff.cont'
dplot(x, ..., plot.data = TRUE, subdivisions = 200,
  xlab = "x", ylab = "f(x)", main = "density")

## S3 method for class 'eff.cont'
pplot(x, ..., plot.data = TRUE, subdivisions = 200,
  xlab = "q", ylab = "F(q)", main = "distribution")

## S3 method for class 'eff.cont'
qplot(x, ..., plot.data = TRUE, subdivisions = 200,
  xlab = "p", ylab = expression(F^-1 * (p)), main = "quantile")

Arguments

x

the effectiveness distribution to plot.

...

arguments to be passed to lines.

plot.data

logical: whether to plot the data used to fit the distribution, if any.

subdivisions

number of equidistant points at which to evaluate the distribution to plot.

xlab

the title for the x axis.

ylab

the title for the y axis.

main

the overall title for the plot.

See Also

plot.eff.disc for discrete distributions.


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