Confidence Interval -Quesenberry and Hurst

Description

The simultaneous confidence interval for multinomial proportions based on the method proposed in Quesenberry and Hurst (1964)

Usage

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QH(inpmat, alpha)

Arguments

inpmat

inpmat refers to the cell counts of given contingency table corresponding to a categorical data

alpha

a number between 0 and 1 to get the upper 100(1-??) percentage point of the chi square distribution

Value

lower, upper limits of multinomial proportions together with product of length of k intervals as volume of simultaneous confidence intervals

Author(s)

Dr M Subbiah

References

Quesensberry, C.P. and Hurst, D.C. (1964). Large Sample Simultaneous Confidence Intervals for Multinational Proportions. Technometrics, 6: 191-195.

See Also

BMDE,WALD,WS

Examples

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y=c(44,55,43,32,67,78)
z=0.05
QH(y,z)