The Power-Normal Distribution and Johnsons System bounded distribution: Computing details and programs
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OriginalversjonMønness, E. (2011). The Power-Normal Distribution and Johnsons System bounded distribution: Computing details and programs. Elverum : Høgskolen
English: This note presents the Power-Normal (PN) distribution and the Johnson System bounded distribution (SB). PN originate from the inverse Box-Cox transformation. Formulas, estimation procedures and programs are given. The material is the technical basis for the article “The Power-Normal Distribution: Application to forest stands” (Mønness 2011).Norsk: Dette notatet presenterer den potensnormale (PN) fordelingen og Johnsons System begrenset fordelingen (SB). PN har sitt utgangspunkt i den inverse Box-Cox transformasjonen. Formler, estimeringsprosedyrer og programmer dokumenteres. Notatet er det tekniske grunnlaget for artikkelen “The Power-Normal Distribution: Application to forest stands” (Mønness 2011).
UtgiverHøgskolen i Hedmark
SerieHøgskolen i Hedmark - Notat;2011/3
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