This package performs unconditional exact tests using
exact.test for independent samples or
paired.exact.test function for paired samples. The unconditional exact tests for independent samples are referred to as Barnard's (1945, 1947) test and also extended to test two paired proportions. This package also includes the
power.paired.test functions to calculate the power of various tests and the
paired.reject.region functions to determine the rejection region of a test.
Unconditional exact tests are a more powerful alternative than conditional exact tests. This package can compute p-values, confidence intervals, and power calculations for various tests. Details of the tests are given in the
exact.test documentation for independent samples and
paired.exact.test documentation for paired samples.
Thoughout the years I have received help while creating this package. Special thanks goes to Philo Calhoun, Tal Galili, Kamil Erguler, Roger Berger, Karl Hufthammer, and the R community.
Peter Calhoun [aut, cre]
Maintainer: Peter Calhoun <email@example.com>
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Berger, R.L. and Sidik, K. (2003) Exact unconditional tests for 2 x 2 matched-pairs design. Statistical Methods in Medical Research, 12, 91–108
Hsueh, H., Liu, J., and Chen, J.J. (2001) Unconditional exact tests for equivalence or noninferiority for paired binary endpoints. Biometrics, 57, 478–483
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