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---- Mohammad Areida wrote ----
>Hi, I'm working on R trying to find a distribution that fits data from a csv
>file. The csv contains data on pressure exerted by a certain vehicle in terms
>of pressure [kPa] and I have around 3000 data points.
>I want to call forth this csv and by using (fitdistr) or if you could
>recommend a function to use, get a plot of my csv and the distributions I can
>compare it to (Weibull, chi, beta, etc). Now im a complete amateur with the
>program R, and I can't write a code to call forth the csv with every data
>point. I’ve been stuck trying to write a code that works for over a week and
>have not gotten it to work. I've come to the conclusion that this is the only
>program capable enough to help me plot the distributions to my data, any help
>is greatly appreciated!
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