anam.fit {RGeostats}  R Documentation 
Fit the Anamorphosis parameter
anam.fit(db, name="z1", type="gaus", nbpoly = 30, azmin = NA, azmax = NA, aymin = NA, aymax = NA, ndisc=100, sigma2e=NA, zcut=NA, maf=NA, draw=TRUE,verbose=FALSE,...)
db 
The 
name 
Name of the vector containing the data 
type 
Method used for fitting the gaussian anamorphosis. It may be:

nbpoly 
Number of Hermite polynomials. This parameter is used only for Hermitian anamorphosis. 
azmin 
Minimum absolute value for Z This parameter is used only for Hermitian anamorphosis. 
azmax 
Maximum absolute value for Z This parameter is used only for Hermitian anamorphosis. 
aymin 
Minimum absolute value for Y This parameter is used only for Hermitian anamorphosis. 
aymax 
Maximum absolute value for Y This parameter is used only for Hermitian anamorphosis. 
ndisc 
Number of steps used to discretize the range of raw values, This parameter is used only for empirical anamorphosis. 
sigma2e 
Additional variance. If not provided, this value is calculated as one half of the variance of the data divided by the count of samples. This parameter is used only for empirical anamorphosis. 
zcut 
When the Discrete Anamorphosis is defined, you must provide a set of cutoffs values (ncut values). The anamorphosis will defined ncut+1 classes. The argument 'maf' is also compulsory. 
maf 
When the Discrete Anamorphosis (Diffusion or Indicator Residual model) is defined, you must provide the experimental MAF decomposition. It will be used in order to build the discrete anamorphosis, at least in the case of the Diffusion Model. 
draw 
When switched ON, a figure is produced where the experimental and the modelled anamorphosis functions are overlaid. 
verbose 
Verbose flag. 
... 
List of parameters passed to the function 
The anamclass
fitted structure