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explike

Exponential negative log-likelihood

Syntax

```nlogL = explike(param,data) [nlogL,avar] = explike(param,data) [...] = explike(param,data,censoring) [...] = explike(param,data,censoring,freq) ```

Description

`nlogL = explike(param,data)` returns the negative of the log-likelihood for the exponential distribution. `param` is the mean parameter, `mu`. `nlogL` is a scalar.

`[nlogL,avar] = explike(param,data)` returns the inverse of Fisher's information, `avar`, a scalar. If the input parameter value in `param` is the maximum likelihood estimate, `avar` is its asymptotic variance. `avar` is based on the observed Fisher's information, not the expected information.

`[...] = explike(param,data,censoring)` accepts a Boolean vector, `censoring`, of the same size as `data`, which is `1` for observations that are right-censored and `0` for observations that are observed exactly.

`[...] = explike(param,data,censoring,freq)` accepts a frequency vector, `freq`, of the same size as `data`. The vector `freq` typically contains integer frequencies for the corresponding elements in `data`, but can contain any nonnegative values. Pass in `[]` for `censoring` to use its default value.