[R] GLM using truncated lognormal distribution

Marc Girondot marc_grt at yahoo.fr
Sat Apr 26 20:29:25 CEST 2014

Dear honorable list-members,

I know how to fit a truncated lognormal distribution (or Gaussian) 
(example here:
) but I would like to use it in the context of glm.

Rather than using family=gaussian(), ideally I would like to have a 
I see using fix(gaussian) how is organized the gaussian() function. It 
is not 100% clear now but I think I could manage to change it to do a 

But before to do it, perhaps it exists already.

I find the package truncnorm but it does not do this function.

Thanks a lot for any advice,


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