This function takes the entries of a two-way table and creates two binary logical vectors upon which it computes a permutation test to check for independence.

1 2 | ```
twowayPERM( v1, v2, NPERM, stat, seed = 123)
makeBinVect(n11, n12, n21, n22)
``` |

`v1` |
A logical vector. |

`v2` |
A logical vector the same length as v1. |

`NPERM` |
A positive integer. The number of tests to be conducted. |

`stat` |
A statistical function passed into to test the permutation on two vectors. |

`seed` |
A positive integer. To set the seed for the random number generator. |

`n11` |
A postive integer. The value of (1,1) in the two way table. |

`n12` |
A postive integer. The value of (1,2) in the two way table. |

`n21` |
A postive integer. The value of (2,1) in the two way table. |

`n22` |
A postive integer. The value of (2,2) in the two way table. |

A numeric vector containing the p-values for the test that the permutation of the vector v1 is independent from v2.

T Chiang

1 | ```
x <- makeBinVect(13, 17, 23, 71)
``` |

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