# Javaria Khan

#### 3 packages on CRAN

A collection of functions related to density estimation by using Chen's (2000) idea. Mean Squared Errors (MSE) are calculated for estimated curves. For this purpose, R functions allow the distribution to be Gamma, Exponential or Weibull. For details see Chen (2000), Scaillet (2004) <doi:10.1080/10485250310001624819> and Khan and Akbar.

Provides mean square error (MSE) and plot the kernel densities related to extreme value distributions. By using Gumbel and Weibull Kernel. See Salha et al. (2014) <doi:10.4236/ojs.2014.48061> and Khan and Akbar (2019).

A collection of asymmetrical kernels belong to lifetime distributions for kernel density estimation is presented. Mean Squared Errors (MSE) are calculated for estimated curves. For this purpose, R functions allow the distribution to be Gamma, Exponential or Weibull. For details see Chen (2000), Jin and Kawczak (2003) and Salha et al. (2014) <doi:10.12988/pms.2014.4616>.