[R] Fitting this data with a gaussian would be great

Rui Barradas ruipbarradas at sapo.pt
Sat Feb 23 20:09:58 CET 2013


Why do you think your data is gaussian? For what it's worth,

qqnorm(small)  # doesn't look
qqline(small)  # gaussian

Hope this helps,

Rui Barradas

Em 22-02-2013 23:27, Samantha Warnes escreveu:
> Hello,I'm still working with this data set, and trying to fit it with a nonlinear model. Here is my data
>> small <- c(507680,507670,508832,510184,511272,513380,515828,519160,525046,534046,547982,567124,590208,614506,637876,656846,669054,672976,668800,656070,637136,614342,590970,570752,554480,542882,535630,531276,528682,527682,527020,526834,526802,526860)
> test <- glm(dnorm(x), data=small)
> Error in formula.default(object, env = baseenv()) : invalid formula
> I have tried a variety of options for the formula with the same effect. What I want to do with this data is simply fit it with a non linear model, most likely a gaussian.
> Thanks in advance,
> Samantha
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