MultEq: Multiple Equivalence Tests and Simultaneous Confidence Intervals

Equivalence tests and related confidence intervals for the comparison of two treatments, simultaneously for one or many normally distributed, primary response variables (endpoints). The step-up procedure of Quan et al. (2001) is both applied for differences and extended to ratios of means. A related single-step procedure is also available.

Author
Mario Hasler
Date of publication
2011-10-20 15:18:12
Maintainer
Mario Hasler <hasler@email.uni-kiel.de>
License
GPL
Version
2.3

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Man pages

clinic
Body measurements in a clinical study
multeq.diff
Equivalence for differences of means of multiple endpoints
MultEq-package
Equivalence for multiple endpoints
multeq.rat
Equivalence for ratios of means of multiple endpoints
print.multeq.diff
Print out of the results of multeq.diff
print.multeq.rat
Print out of the results of multeq.rat
summary.multeq.diff
Summary function for multeq.diff
summary.multeq.rat
Summary function for multeq.rat

Files in this package

MultEq
MultEq/data
MultEq/data/clinic.rda
MultEq/DESCRIPTION
MultEq/man
MultEq/man/clinic.Rd
MultEq/man/MultEq-package.Rd
MultEq/man/multeq.diff.Rd
MultEq/man/multeq.rat.Rd
MultEq/man/print.multeq.diff.Rd
MultEq/man/print.multeq.rat.Rd
MultEq/man/summary.multeq.diff.Rd
MultEq/man/summary.multeq.rat.Rd
MultEq/NAMESPACE
MultEq/R
MultEq/R/multeq.diff.R
MultEq/R/multeq.rat.R
MultEq/R/print.multeq.diff.R
MultEq/R/print.multeq.rat.R
MultEq/R/summary.multeq.diff.R
MultEq/R/summary.multeq.rat.R
MultEq/MD5