in the anderson darling test function example adtest(x,'​distributi​on','ev') what does these arguments stand for and how to declare them?

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Trying to use the AD test in order to see wether a distribtion is random or binomial or extreme valued or lognormal etc. quantitatively. is using the ad test the right method? Kindly suggest an alternate solution

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Shravan Kumar Vankaramoni
Shravan Kumar Vankaramoni 2021 年 8 月 19 日
Hi,
adtest(x,'distribution','ev')
x - Sample Data
Other two arguments are name value pair where 'ev' represents Extreme Value Distribution. Refer this documentation for more information.
You cannot test for binomial distribution using anderson darling test. Alternatives can be Chi-Square goodness-of-fit Test. Refer these links to get more information

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