A graphical user interface to compute group sequential designs based on normally distributed test statistics, particularly critical boundaries, power, drift, and confidence intervals of such designs. All computations are based on the alpha spending approach by Lan-DeMets with various alpha spending functions being available to choose among.

Install the latest version of this package by entering the following in R:

`install.packages("GroupSeq")`

Author | Roman Pahl |

Date of publication | 2017-02-03 14:32:52 |

Maintainer | Roman Pahl <roman.pahl@gmail.com> |

License | GPL (>= 2) |

Version | 1.3.4 |

groupseq | Man page |

NAMESPACE

NEWS

R

R/calculateEqualBounds.R
R/guiInputTask1.R
R/calculateTask3.R
R/findDrift.R
R/integrateByTrapez.R
R/useSpendingFunction.R
R/guiInputTask4.R
R/alphaByUseFunction.R
R/calculateTask4.R
R/guiOutputTask3.R
R/jointDensity.R
R/guiInputTask2.R
R/guiOutputTask2.R
R/tailProbability.R
R/stdDeviations.R
R/calculateTask1.R
R/consoleMode.R
R/computeBounds.R
R/searchForBound.R
R/guiOutputTask4.R
R/computeAlphaLevel.R
R/groupseq.R
R/computeDrift.R
R/console_output.R
R/computeCurrentProbability.R
R/calculateTask2.R
R/guiInputTask3.R
R/guiOutputTask1.R
R/alpha_spending_functions.R
R/computeConfidenceIntervall.R
R/guiMode.R
MD5

DESCRIPTION

man

man/groupseq.Rd
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