fitteR (0.1.0)

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Fit Hundreds of Theoretical Distributions to Empirical Data.

http://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/fitteR

Systematic fit of hundreds of theoretical univariate distributions to empirical data via maximum likelihood estimation. Fits are reported and summarized by a data.frame, a csv file or a 'shiny' app (here with additional features like visual representation of fits). All output formats provide assessment of goodness-of-fit by the following methods: Kolmogorov-Smirnov test, Shapiro-Wilks test, Anderson-Darling test.

Maintainer: Markus Boenn
Author(s): Markus Boenn

License: GPL (>= 2)

Uses: dplyr, DT, maxLik, R.utils, shiny, BiasedUrn, Davies, GLDEX, GSM, HyperbolicDist, benchden, emdbook, evd, evir, fBasics, fExtremes, gld, msm, normalp, skewt, statmod, triangle, actuar, sn, loglognorm, RMTstat, STAR, VarianceGamma, mc2d, truncnorm, PearsonDS, marg, skellam, SkewHyperbolic, GeneralizedHyperbolic, Renext, poistweedie, emg, reliaR, stabledist, FAdist, trapezoid, glogis, minimax, flexsurv, gb, DiscreteLaplace, qmap, QRM, SMR, DiscreteInverseWeibull, nCDunnett, DiscreteWeibull, gambin, EnvStats, polyaAeppli, GenBinomApps, ParetoPosStable, NormalLaplace, ExtDist, FatTailsR, RMKdiscrete, hermite, ald, ihs, sadists, KScorrect, bridgedist, extremefit, revdbayes, ReIns

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