Richie Cotton is a course creator for DataCamp . He has been using R since 2004, for analysing data in the chemcial health and safety, debt collection, and proteomics fields. He has written two books on R, Learning R, and Testing R Code. 4D Pie Charts is a collection of thoughts on scientific programming generated by spending too much time playing with R. Earlier posts include some MATLAB too. Follow him on twitter @richierocks.

Stack Overflow profile for Richie Cotton at Stack Overflow, Q&A for professional and enthusiast programmers

  1. Anonymous
    28th January, 2013 at 13:55 pm


    in your answer on stackoverflow, how do you find the lower_bound and the upper_bound of a given pareto distribution (i.e. defined by real observational data)?
    What is the difference beween m = minimum value and lower_bound of a given pareto distribution?

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