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One simple approach is Construct the cumulative probability function (CDF), which will be a step-function. Smooth the CDF; for example, by using splines or a kernel smoothing function. Calculate … the slope of the smoothed CDF, giving a curvy linear PDF. In R, this could be done using the ecdf function and one of the kernel smoothers. Again, as vanguard2k warned, this procedure assumes your distribution is stationary over time. …
answered Nov 7 '12 by pteetor