[R] [FORGED] Histogram for Left Censored Data
rshepard at appl-ecosys.com
Fri Jan 1 14:54:08 CET 2016
On Fri, 1 Jan 2016, Steven Stoline wrote:
> The histogram should contain a bar(s) for the censored data values
> replaced by their detection limit(s) with different color than other bars
> for the noncensored values. In this example there are only 3 censored
> values with only one detection limit of DL = 1450.
Consider using the NADA package. While your current sulfate data set might
have only three non-detects, other data sets might have more.
My question to you is why you want a histogram that cuts off at the
detection limit. What question are you trying to answer with these data?
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