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gbdist - Produce cumulative distribution from data
Compute the empirical probability distribution function as F(x_k) = k/(N+1) where x_k is the k-th largest observation, that is k-1 observations are smaller then x_k and n-k are larger, and N is the sample size.
-r print right cumulated distribution function, i.e. 1-F(x) -i print multiple points for identical observations -t print the distribution for each column of input -F specify the input fields separators (default " \t") -v verbose mode -h this help
Written by Giulio Bottazzi
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