Description Usage Arguments Value Examples

`ItoPearsonCorrelation`

It calculates the Null distribution of I and determine what is the percentile of the real value of I,
then It calculates the inverse of the Normal Distribution(qnorm) to obtain the value of R to which this percentile belongs to.

1 | ```
ItoPearsonCorrelation(vI, n, medianCenter = TRUE)
``` |

`vI` |
the vector obtained by resamplingI. |

`n` |
sample size |

`medianCenter` |
to center all the values to the median. The defaul value is TRUE |

a list with r correlation equivalence and the rectified vector

1 2 3 4 5 | ```
fileInput <- system.file("testdata", "chen.csv", package="Irescale")
data <- loadFile(fileInput)
distM<-calculateEuclideanDistance(data$data)
vI<-resamplingI(distM,data$varOfInterest,n = 1000)
rectifiedI<- ItoPearsonCorrelation(vI, length(data))
``` |

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