Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) References See Also Examples

This function returns summary statistics of the cumulative distribution function of a continuous variable estimated with spsurvey-package.

1 |

`obj` |
Object containing the estimated cumulative distribution function
of the continuous variable. The resulting object of |

`ind` |
Indicator variable. The name of the continuous variable as
displayed in the resulting object of |

`all` |
Summary statistics to be returned. The default option ( |

The function `cont.analysis()`

of spsurvey-package estimates the
population total, mean, variance, and standard deviation of a continuous
variable. It also estimates the standard error and confidence bounds of
these population estimates. In some cases it may be interesting to see all
estimates, for which one uses `all = TRUE`

. However, in other
circumstances there might be interest only in taking a look at the estimated
population mean and standard deviation. Then the argument `all`

has to
be set to `FALSE`

.

A `data.frame`

containing summary statistics of the cumulative
distribution function of a continuous variable.

Alessandro Samuel-Rosa [email protected]

Kincaid, T. M. and Olsen, A. R. (2013). spsurvey: Spatial Survey Design and Analysis. R package version 2.6. URL: http://www.epa.gov/nheerl/arm/.

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## Not run:
if (require(spsurvey)) {
## Estimate the CDF
my.cdf <- spsurvey::cont.analysis(spsurvey.obj = my.spsurvey)
## See indicator levels in the resulting object
levels(my.cdf$Pct$Indicator)
## Return all summary statistics of indicator variable 'dx'
cdfStats(my.cdf, "dx", all = TRUE)
}
## End(Not run)
``` |

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