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My company has software that can take a vector of samples and easily create a probability plot of the data and the least-squares or method of moments fit of the data. However, I need to be able to present the figures and would like to do so ideally in R or python.

So far, I have found the qqnorm and qqplot functions which appear to only handle normal distributions. How can I plot this such that the points create a straight line on the "probability paper"?

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