[R] Ks.test (was (no subject))

Vito Ricci vito_ricci at yahoo.com
Wed Nov 24 09:40:10 CET 2004

Hi Angela,

I believe you should introduce only df as parameters;
t distribution as by default mean=0; see this example.

> x<-rt(100,10)
> ks.test(x, "pt",10)

        One-sample Kolmogorov-Smirnov test

data:  x 
D = 0.1414, p-value = 0.03671
alternative hypothesis: two.sided 


you wrote:

Good morning,
I have to apply the Ks test with the the t
I know I have to write
ks.test(data_name,"distribution_name", parameters..)
but I don't know what is the name fot t distribution
and which parameters
to introduce? may be mean=0 and freedom degrees in my
Thank you for helping me.
Angela Re

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