For some dataset I have made a histogram, boxplot en qqplot.
Investigate the data with the given functions for making QQ-plots and find
an appropriate location-scale family for the underlying distribution of this
sample. Apart from giving a proper location-scale family, also specify the
member of the location-scale family that is most close to the underlying
distribution of the data, in other words, give estimates for the location
and scale of the underlying distribution of the data.
I think it is from a t-distribution because the qqplot has some slight
Please some guidance in the right direction: how can I obtain the location,
scale and underlying distribution?
(I am not looking for answering the question but more in general information
about to obtain location, scale and underlying distribution so I can apply
that information myself to answer the questin)
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