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Version: 2.8.0
Release Date: 2019-03-12
Authors: Peter Ruckdeschel, Matthias Kohl, Thomas Stabla, Florian Camphausen
Required R-Version:
Dependencies: requires package "setRNG" version >= 2006.2-1 by Paul Gilbert available from CRAN;
as well as packages "distr" version >= 1.9 and "distrSim" version >= 1.9 by the authors of this package,
and "startupmsg" by Peter Ruckdeschel also available from CRAN; it also suggests package "distrEx"
version >= 0.4-4 by the authors of this package;

What is "distrTEst" meant for?

The aim of package "distrTEst" is to bring together in one object all information about the data (from an object of class "Dataclass") and the corresponding statistical
procedure (estimator/test) as well as the results of a corresponding evaluation. (By now, only estimators are implemented)
To this end a class Evaluation is defined where we gather the results, the data, the call with which the object was filled, the estimator.
Objects of class Evaluation with identical data slots may be gathered in an objects of class Evaluationlist.
To generate an object of this class we use the method evaluate. Also special plot, print, show and summary methods are available; 
all slots are accessed/modified by accessor/replacement functions.


for version prior to 1.8, a somewhat more detailed manual to this package in pdf-format is available here;
from version 1.8 on, we have converted this manual into a common vignette to packages distr, distrEx, distrSim, distrTEst, distrMod, distrTeach,
which is available in the mere documentation package distrDoc. To use it you may type
        require("distrDoc"); V<-vignette("distr"); print(V); edit(V) 


This software is distributed under the terms of the GNU GENERAL
PUBLIC LICENSE LGPL v3, confer http://www.gnu.org/licenses/lgpl-3.0.html






also see demo("distr") and demo("distrTEst") --- after installation of "distr"/"distrSim"/"distrTEst"

Version history:

Changes from distr 1.5 to distrTEst 1.7

Changes from 1.7 to 1.8

Changes from 1.8 to 1.9

Changes from 2.0 to 2.1

Changes from 2.1 onwards

  • see NEWS file

  • Our plans for the next version:

    This page is maintained by Peter Ruckdeschel and last updated on 2019-03-12.