[R] Bimodal deconvolution

From: Seth Imhoff <sdimhoff_at_wisc.edu>
Date: Sat, 23 Feb 2008 13:28:58 -0600


Hi Everyone-

After searching through posts and my favorite R-help websites I'm still confused about a problem. I have data which is bimodal in nature, but there is no clearly obvious separation between the two peaks. In programs such as Origin, I can deconvolute the two distributions and have it generate a "best guess" as to what the two subpopulations are which make up my dataset. Below is a link to a figure which represents what I would like to accomplish here (it is the best I can do so far).

http://nucleus.msae.wisc.edu/example.html

Thanks,
Seth Imhoff



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