Before delving into the world of R programming, let’s first grasp the fundamental concept of a CDF. Imagine a group of students eagerly awaiting their exam results. The CDF for their scores would depict the probability of encountering a student with a score less than or equal to a specific value. For instance, if the CDF indicates a value of 0.7 at 80%, it implies that there’s a 70% chance of finding a student with a score of 80 or lower.
Read on to see how you can calculate this in a dataset and then plot the CDF.