Compute Sample L-moments
Compute the sample L-moments - unbiased version.
samlmu(x, nmom = 4, sort.data = TRUE)
a vector of data
a numeric value giving the number of sample L-moments to be computed
a logical which specifies if the vector of data x should be sorted or not.
This function returns a vector of length
nmom corresponding to the
sample L-moments. Note that for orders greater or equal than 3 it is the L-moments
ratio that is sample L-coefficient of variation, sample L-skewness, sample L-kurtosis, ...
Hosking, J. R. M. (1990) L-moment analysis and estimation of order statistics. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series B, 52: 105–124.
x <- runif(50) samlmu(x, nmom = 5)
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