cdfplot(X) displays a plot of the Empirical Cumulative Distribution Function (CDF) of the input array X in the current figure. The empirical CDF y=F(x) is defined as the proportion of X values less than or equal to x. If input X is a matrix, then cdfplot(X) parses it to the vector and displays CDF of all values.
Alex Bar-Guy (2020). CDFPLOT (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/4426-cdfplot), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .
Very nice. Works well.
Hi Alex. I have five column data, When i used cdfplot, i got following error. Error in cdfplot (line 32) hp = plot(Xplot, Yplot); input is in array, and matrix both gave me same error, while when i gave input in a single column i got graph. please help. thanks
useful, but i don't know how to set the input
very good, thank you for uploading
Thanks, it seems to work well, at least for vectors.
good for use
I have a vector X of data. And I want to know the cumulative probability that X is below 5%: Prob(X<5%). X does not follow a specific probability distribution.
Which function can do that?
works well for array; matrix not sure. good
true.. plots are all blue.. where did he get the colored pic from??!!!
thanks. it is useful
it is what I want
All plots remain with the same blue color
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