Hi,

I think you want ecdf(), but read the help page because it works a

little different than you might expect.

ecdf.x <- ecdf(x)

ecdf.x(x)

Best,

Ista

On Tue, Sep 7, 2010 at 8:37 AM, mic <

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> Heeeelp

>

> Given this data

> x <- c(1,5,100,300,250,200,550,900,1000)

>> quantile(x)

> 0% 25% 50% 75% 100%

> 1 100 250 550 1000

>

> When I run the quantile, I can only know the value of the nth

> percentile

>

> I want to know what's the percentile position of each items in the

> list

> Sample

> 1 = 100% on the list has 1 or more

> 5 = more than x% on the list has 5 or more

> 100 = more than x% on the list has 100 or more

> 250 = more than 50% on the list has 250 or more

> etc....

>

> Thanks in advance

>

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