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There are functions to do that in R,but you shhould get to understand what this is about

> http://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/boot/index.html

Roughly speaking, you use your sample to generate a bunch of samples that represent your true sampling distribution so as you can get a quantile by simply sorting and enumerate.

Of course you can have a quantile the way in my actuarial classes by simply typing help("quantile") on yor R console (pretty much I'm sure this will do!)

HiH

There are functions to do that in R,but you shhould get to understand what this is about

> http://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/boot/index.html

Roughly speaking, you use your sample to generate a bunch of samples that represent your true sampling distribution so as you can get a quantile by simply sorting and enumerate.

Of course you can have a quantile the way in my actuarial classes by simply typing help("quantile") on yor R console (pretty much I'm sure this will do!)

HiH

sry mp83