Selects information to be printed after a distribution has been fitted and imposes or relaxes certain constraints for some distributions.
This specifies which items of output are to be produced by the analysis.
|Estimated parameters||Parameters of the model fitted by the analysis|
|Sample statistics||These are generated from the raw data and can be compared to those estimated for the fitted distribution.|
|Fitted values||Produces a table of Observed and Estimated frequencies for the grouped data|
|Estimated proportions||Cumulative proportions estimated from the fitted distribution for given X values|
When fitting the Double Normal distribution you can constrain the model to fit a common variance parameter for the two component normal distributions.
Certain continuous distributions (gamma, Pareto, log-normal, Weibull) are specified for x > 0. For these distributions, an additional parameter can be included in the model, allowing a shift of x-origin.
Having estimated the parameters of the required distribution, the cumulative distribution function (CDF) can be evaluated at specified X values. These are given as a list of numbers or the identifier of a variate containing the required values. Checking Estimated proportions in the Display options will result in output of the estimated values of the CDF corresponding to the X-deviates.