qplot(x = c(2, 3, 6, 7),
y = ..density..,
geom = c("density"),
kernel = "gaussian",
adjust = 0.05,
main = "adjust = 0.05",
xlab = "$x$",
ylab = "$f_h(x)$",
xlim = c(0, 9))
# Increasing the value of h causes more overlap
qplot(x = c(2,3,6,7),
y = ..density..,
geom = c("density"),
kernel = "gaussian",
adjust = 0.2,
main = "adjust = 0.2",
xlab = "$x$",
ylab = "$f_h(x)$",
xlim = c(0, 9))
# Increasing the value of h further aggregates the four peaks
# into two, each responsible for a corresponding pair of nearby points
qplot(x = c(2, 3, 6, 7),
y = ..density..,
geom = c("density"),
kernel = "gaussian",
adjust = 0.5,
main = "adjust = 0.5",
xlab = "$x$",
ylab = "$f_h(x)$",
xlim = c(0, 9))
# Finally, further increasing the value of h results in a histogram
# with very wide bins in which all points fall in the same bin
qplot(x = c(2, 3, 6, 7),
y = ..density..,
geom = c("density"),
kernel = "gaussian",
adjust = 10,
main = "adjust = 10",
xlab = "$x$",
ylab = "$f_h(x)$",
xlim = c(0, 9))
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