I have a rainfall (mm) vs. year plot of a catch basin (see Excel file below) and I would like to get it's frequency curve. But before that, I need to fit certain distribution models (i.e. log-Pearson Type III and Gumbel Distributions) to my plot to be able to know the fittest model that I can use for my frequency analysis. How will I do that?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

(I'll measure the fit using Chi-square goodness of fit.)

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# How to fit distribution models for a frequency analysis?

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