Implemented are the Waldtype statistic, a permuted version thereof as well as the ANOVAtype statistic for general factorial designs, even with nonnormal error terms and/or heteroscedastic variances, for crossed designs with an arbitrary number of factors and nested designs with up to three factors.
Author  Sarah Friedrich, Frank Konietschke, Markus Pauly 
Date of publication  20160428 11:50:01 
Maintainer  Sarah Friedrich <sarah.friedrich@uniulm.de> 
License  GPL2  GPL3 
Version  0.2.2 
Package repository  View on CRAN 
Installation  Install the latest version of this package by entering the following in R:

All man pages Function index File listing
Man pages  

calculateGUI: A graphical user interface for the package GFD  
curdies: Curdies river data set  
GFD: Tests for General Factorial Designs  
pizza: Pizza delivery times  
startup: Startup Costs of five different companies 
Functions  

GFD  Man page Source code 
GUI  Man page 
HC  Source code 
HN  Source code 
Stat  Source code 
calculateGUI  Man page Source code 
curdies  Man page 
pizza  Man page 
plot.GFD  Source code 
plotting  Source code 
print.GFD  Source code 
startup  Man page 
summary.GFD  Source code 
Files  

inst
 
inst/doc
 
inst/doc/IntroductionToGFD.R  
inst/doc/IntroductionToGFD.Rmd  
inst/doc/IntroductionToGFD.html
 
NAMESPACE
 
data
 
data/curdies.rda
 
data/pizza.rda
 
data/startup.rda
 
R
 
R/calculate_statistics.R  
R/GUI.R  
R/Data.R  
R/share
 
R/share/licenses
 
R/share/licenses/GPL2.txt
 
R/share/licenses/GPL3.txt
 
R/hypo_matrix.R  
R/GFDfunction.R  
R/utility_functions.R  
R/plot_function.R  
vignettes
 
vignettes/IntroductionToGFD.Rmd  
MD5
 
build
 
build/vignette.rds
 
DESCRIPTION
 
man
 
man/startup.Rd  
man/curdies.Rd  
man/GFD.Rd  
man/pizza.Rd  
man/calculateGUI.Rd 
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