 # Draw a Density Plot

I am quite new in writing codes in GAUSS. So, I was wondering if one could help me with the following question:

I have two matrices in which both of them are 1000*100 [1000 rows and 100 cols] called xfrepF and kenelestimateF. I would like to draw a density plot like a line but I am not able to do it. If I run the following code, I will get a barplot

xy(xfrepF,kernelestimateF)

The x-axis in my current plot is from 0 till 1 [because of the xfrepF of course], but I would like to have it from 0 till 0.15 in the final plot. Any comments or help?

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I have understood how this could work. We need to choose a density with the largest pick out-of 1000 sets each with 100 numbers. Thanks. 0

Hello,

Thank you for your questions. I am happy to help but I need some clarification about your question.

GAUSS includes an empirical density plotting procedure, `plotCDFEmpirical` which allows you to plot the cumulative distribution function (cdf) of the empirical distribution. More information about `plotCDFEmpirical` can be found here.

For example, it can be used to generate a plot like this: I am happy to provide more detail about how to use `plotCDFEmpirical` but I want to make sure I am correctly understanding your question. Is the plot from `plotCDFEmpirical` similar to what you would like to draw? Eric

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Thanks for the response, but it is not close. My current figure is this, which is like a histogram:

Figure

But, I want to fit a curve on it and the x-axis be cut at 0.12, similar to this one

Final-Pic

Do you have any suggestions? Thank you. 0
accepted

I have understood how this could work. We need to choose a density with the largest pick out-of 1000 sets each with 100 numbers. Thanks. 0

Hello,

Thank you for your questions. I am happy to help but I need some clarification about your question.

GAUSS includes an empirical density plotting procedure, `plotCDFEmpirical` which allows you to plot the cumulative distribution function (cdf) of the empirical distribution. More information about `plotCDFEmpirical` can be found here.

For example, it can be used to generate a plot like this: I am happy to provide more detail about how to use `plotCDFEmpirical` but I want to make sure I am correctly understanding your question. Is the plot from `plotCDFEmpirical` similar to what you would like to draw? 0

Thanks for the response, but it is not close. My current figure is this, which is like a histogram:

Figure

But, I want to fit a curve on it and the x-axis be cut at 0.12, similar to this one

Final-Pic

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