# Shiny Gadget: Fit Distributions

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The ‘Fit Distributions’ shiny gadget allows easy automated diagnostics for fitting univariate distributions. It reads in numeric vectors in the global environment, and uses MLE to estimate the parameters of the selected distributions. The visual outputs are GOF statistics, density plot, pp-plot, and qq-plot. You can also adjust the number of bins for the histogram. It currently only supports continuous distributions.

install.packages('fitur') library(fitur) library(actuar) x <- rnorm(1000) y <- rweibull(1000, 1) df <- dataframe(x, y) fitur::fit_dist_addin()

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