[R] calculation for standard normal cumulative distribution

Charles C. Berry cberry at tajo.ucsd.edu
Sun Nov 2 02:36:15 CET 2008

That's too easy.

The posting guide is your friend. Especially the part about using help

as in


which would reply:

 	No documentation for 'normal' in specified packages and libraries:
 	you could try '??normal'

And indeed you could, which leads rather quickly to the help page for 
the right function!




On Sat, 1 Nov 2008, sandsky wrote:

> Is there anyone knowing a function or way for standard normal cumulative
> distribution?
> Φ(z=-0.1)=?
> also
> Φ(z=?)=0.025
> Thank you,
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