[R] maximum likelihood estimate
spencer.graves at pdf.com
Fri Mar 10 03:16:20 CET 2006
I suggest you go to "www.r-project.org" -> CRAN -> (select a local
mirror) -> Packages. Among the offerings there, you will find the
distr Object orientated implementation of distributions
distrEx Extensions of package distr
distrSim Simulation classes based on package distr
distrTEst Estimation and Testing classes based on package distr
I don't know that any of these will solve your problem, but if you
try them and still have problems, I suggest you then PLEASE do read the
posting guide! "www.R-project.org/posting-guide.html", and submit
another question based on what you've learned in the interim.
Hope this helps.
suhaila at mel.fs.utm.my wrote:
> Recently I try to find the method maximum
> likelihood for gamma,weibull,Pearson type III,Kappa Distribution,
> mixed exponential distribution, skew distribution.
> I have tried function ms() for gamma two parameters and weibull two
> parameters.It works but not for Pearson type III. I have problem to find
> the likelihood function for mixed exponential distribution and kappa
> So can anyone tell me the programming for those functions?
> especially in finding their maximum likelihood,because I have trouble to
> write down the likelihood function for mixed exponential distribution and
> the other two.If possible ,how to get the hessian matrix?
> Currently I am using SPlus 6.2.
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> PLEASE do read the posting guide! http://www.R-project.org/posting-guide.html
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