# S3 method for distribution autoplot( x, type = c("pdf", "cdf"), n = 100, quantile_range = c(0.001, 0.999), ... )

x | The distribution(s) to plot. |
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type | The type of plot to make (must be either |

n | The resolution (number of points) used to display the distribution. |

quantile_range | The range of the distribution (specified as quantiles). |

... | Unused. |

Visualise distribution(s) by plotting its probability density function
(`density()`

) or cumulative distribution function (`cdf()`

).
Note: This function currently only works for continuous distributions.

library(ggplot2) dist <- c(dist_normal(mu = 0, sigma = 1), dist_student_t(df = 3)) autoplot(dist, type = "pdf")#> Warning: `autoplot.distribution()` was deprecated in distributional 0.2.0. #> The autoplot() method for distributions will be replaced by the {ggdist} package in an upcoming release.