[R] need smooth cdf lines
michael.bedward at gmail.com
Mon Nov 22 04:29:46 CET 2010
Ah, this looks like Australian data :)
One simple way would be to use the lowess function and fiddle with the
f parameter (like bandwidth).
On 22 November 2010 14:18, Roslina Zakaria <zroslina at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I would like to overlap the cdf curve for observed and generated data Here is
> my code:
> plot(cdf,main ="CDF of the sum for winter
> season-Hume",cex.axis=1.2,xlab="Rainfall (mm)",
> xaxs="i",yaxs="i",col=c("black","red"), lty=c(1,1),ylab="Cumulative
> probability", xlim=c(0,800),lwd=1)
> legend("topright", legend = c("observed","fitted"),
> col = c("black","red"), pch=c(NA,NA), lty = c(1, 1),
> lwd=c(3,3),bty="n", pt.cex=2)
> It gives me the plots but it is not smooth. How do I adjust so that I will get
> two smooth cumulative density curves.
> Thank you for any help given.
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