[R] Fitted Value Pareto Distribution

From: livia <yn19832_at_msn.com>
Date: Wed, 13 Jun 2007 04:55:37 -0700 (PDT)

I would like to fit a Pareto Distribution and I am using the following codes.

I thought the fitted (fit1) should be the fitted value for the data, is it correct? As the result of the "fitted" turns out to be a single value for all.

fit=vglm(ycf1 ~ 1, pareto1(location=alpha), trace=TRUE, crit="c") fitted(fit)

The result is
fitted(fit)

            [,1]
[1,] 0.07752694
[2,] 0.07752694
[3,] 0.07752694
[4,] 0.07752694
[5,] 0.07752694
[6,] 0.07752694
[7,] 0.07752694
[8,] 0.07752694
[9,] 0.07752694

[10,] 0.07752694
[11,] 0.07752694
[12,] 0.07752694
[13,] 0.07752694

Could anybody give me some advice?

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