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FarmTest package performs robust multiple testing for means in the presence of known and unknown latent factors (Fan et al, 2019). It implements a series of adaptive Huber methods combined with fast data-drive tuning schemes (Wang et al, 2020; Ke et al, 2019) to estimate model parameters and construct test statistics that are robust against heavy-tailed and/or assymetric error distributions. Extensions to two-sample simultaneous mean comparison problems are also included. As by-products, this package also contains functions that compute adaptive Huber mean, covariance and regression estimators that are of independent interest.

See its GitHub page https://github.com/XiaoouPan/FarmTest for details.

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