Archive for January, 2016

More on Lorenz Curve Interpolation

In the previous post the interpolation was demonstrated using a simulated data. Here we do an application to a real data set. The Data is for Urban China 2004-2005 obtained from PovcalNet website. In what follows we plot the Spline-interpolated curves vs their estimation using GB2 Continue reading

Lorenz Curves: Spline Interpolation

The standard practice of Lorenz curve interpolation relies on linear interpolations where each point is connected to the next one using a straight line. There are of course other ways of interpolation and a natural one is to use splines.  In this post, I introduce an existing package in “R” that can be used to interpolate Lorenz curves and to compute the corresponding CDF and PDF functions. Continue reading