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Tools for creating and visualizing statistical process control charts. Control charts are used for monitoring measurement processes, such as those occurring in manufacturing. The objective is to monitor the history of such processes and flag outlying measurements: out-of-control signals. Montgomery, D. (2009, ISBN:978-0-470-16992-6) contains an extensive discussion of the methodology.
Functions for use in perturbing data prior to use of nonparametric smoothers and clustering.
Kernel Estimators for Interval-Censored Data
Most of this package consists of data sets from the textbook Introduction to Linear Regression Analysis (3rd ed), by Montgomery, Peck and Vining. Some additional data sets and functions related to visualization of linear and nonparametric regression results are included.
Functions and data sets inspired by data sharpening - data perturbation to achieve improved performance in nonparametric estimation, as described in Choi, E., Hall, P. and Rousson, V. (2000) <doi:10.1214/aos/1015957396>. Capabilities for enhanced local linear regression function and derivative estimation are included, as well as an asymptotically correct iterated data sharpening estimator for any degree of local polynomial regression estimation. A cross-validation-based bandwidth selector is included which, in concert with the iterated sharpener, will often provide superior performance, according to a median integrated squared error criterion. Sample data sets are provided to illustrate function usage.