[R] your reference on this problem highly appreciated

From: Yong Wang <wang_at_galton.uchicago.edu>
Date: Sun 11 Jul 2004 - 15:42:20 EST

please help me on this
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Dear all R users
first, sorry for that this question might not be appropriate to ask here.                                                                                 

I wanna know theories or techinques aimed at following questions:                                                                                 

I have a sample, say,K(at the range from 0 to 20000); the sample data's central moments m(1)---m(j) are estimated(j can be large). also, I can use some methodology to calculate the upper and lower bound of the probabilty of any interested interval, say, for the interval (400--800)                                                                                 

with all these information, I wanna recover the distribution of the data, at least recover to some approximating analytic form.Does anybady know such theory or techiniques?                                                                                 

your help will be highly appreciated.
best regards

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