Figure 9.12 (page 521):

Values of \chi ^2 and F versus the number of data points when estimating 2 and 5 parameters.

Code for Figure 9.12

Text of the GNU GPL.

main.m

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p     = [2;5];
alpha = 0.95;
nplot = 100;
large = 50;
for i = 1:length(p);
  min = p(i)+1;
  ndata = linspace(min, large, nplot)';
  chisq = chi2inv(alpha,p(i))*ones(nplot,1);
  Fstat = p(i)*finv(alpha,p(i),ndata-p(i));
  index = (i-1)*3+1;
  table(:,index:index+2) = [ndata Fstat chisq];
end
plot (table(:,1), table(:,2), table(:,1), table(:,3), ...
       table(:,4), table(:,5), table(:,4), table(:,6));
axis ([0, 50, 4, 20]);
title ('Figure 9.12')