CvM {EDFtest} R Documentation

Cramer-von Mises statistic

Description

Compute the Cramér-von Mises goodness-of-fit statistic W^2 for an i.i.d. sample, x, to test for the given distribution with parameters unknown. Estimate parameters by ML using EDFtest MLE function by default.

Usage

CvM.uniform(x, parameter = estimate.uniform(x))

CvM.normal(x, parameter = estimate.normal(x))

CvM.gamma(x, parameter = estimate.gamma(x))

CvM.logistic(x, parameter = estimate.logistic(x))

CvM.laplace(x, parameter = estimate.laplace(x))

CvM.weibull(x, parameter = estimate.weibull(x))

CvM.extremevalue(x)

CvM.exp(x, parameter = estimate.exp(x))

CvM(z)


Arguments

 x A random sample. parameter Parameters of the given distribution, MLE by default. z A standard uniform random sample.

Value

Cramér-von Mises statistic of the given sample.

estimate for estimating distribution parameters by ML; AD for calculating Anderson-Darling statistic; Watson for calculating Watson statistic; CvM.pvalue for calculating P-value of Cramér-von Mises statistic.

Examples

x0=runif(n=100,min=-1,max=1)
CvM.uniform(x0)

x1=rnorm(n=100,mean=0,sd=1)
CvM.normal(x1)

x2=rgamma(n=100,shape=1,scale=1)
CvM.gamma(x2)

x3=rlogis(n=100,location=0,scale=1)
CvM.logistic(x3)

x4= rmutil::rlaplace(n=100,m=0,s=1)
CvM.laplace(x4)

x5=rweibull(n=100,shape=1,scale=1)
CvM.weibull(x5)
x5_log=log(x5)
CvM.extremevalue(x5_log)

x6=rexp(n=100,rate=1/2)
CvM.exp(x6)


[Package EDFtest version 0.1.0 Index]