OneSampleHT2  R Documentation 
OneSampleHT2
computes one sample Hotelling T^2 statistics and gives
confidence intervals
OneSampleHT2(data, mu0, alpha = 0.05)
data 
a data frame. 
mu0 
mean vector that is used to test whether population mean parameter is equal to it. 
alpha 
Significance Level that will be used for confidence intervals.

This function computes one sample Hotelling T^2 statistics that is used to
test whether population mean vector is equal to a vector given by a user.
When H0
is rejected, this function computes confidence intervals
for all variables.
a list with 7 elements:
HT2 
The value of Hotelling T^2 Test Statistic 
F 
The value of F Statistic 
df 
The F statistic's degree of freedom 
p.value 
p value 
CI 
The lower and upper limits of confidence intervals obtained for all variables 
alpha 
The alpha value using in confidence intervals 
Descriptive 
Descriptive Statistics 
Hasan BULUT <hasan.bulut@omu.edu.tr>
Rencher, A. C. (2003). Methods of multivariate analysis (Vol. 492). John Wiley & Sons.
Tatlidil, H. (1996). Uygulamali Cok Degiskenli Istatistiksel Yontemler. Cem Web.
data(iris)
mean0<c(6,3,1,0.25)
result < OneSampleHT2(data=iris[1:50,5],mu0=mean0,alpha=0.05)
summary(result)
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