Given k populations (can be in thousands), what is the probability that a given subset of size t contains the true top t populations? This package finds this probability and offers three tuning parameters (G, d, L) to relax the definition.

Author | Jason Wilson |

Date of publication | 2013-08-16 23:45:14 |

Maintainer | Jason Wilson <jason.wilson@biola.edu> |

License | GPL-3 |

Version | 1.2 |

**G.H.Quad:** Gauss-Hermite Quadrature function

**PCS.boot.par:** Probability of correct selection (PCS) calculator

**PCS-package:** Probability of Correct Selection (PCS)

**PdCSGt.bootstrap.NP2:** Non-parametric bootstrap for computing G-best and d-best PCS

**PdofCSGt.bootstrap5:** Parametric bootstrap for computing G-best and d-best PCS

**PdofCSt.T1or2:** Exact PCS, when selecting t=1 or t=2 or more populations

**PofCSLt.bootstrap5:** Parametric bootstrap for computing L-best PCS

**PofCSt:** Probability of correct selection (PCS) for selecting t out of...

**tindep:** Standardized scores for two independent samples

PCS

PCS/NAMESPACE

PCS/R

PCS/R/zs.PCS.master02.R
PCS/MD5

PCS/DESCRIPTION

PCS/man

PCS/man/G.H.Quad.Rd
PCS/man/PofCSt.Rd
PCS/man/PdofCSGt.bootstrap5.Rd
PCS/man/PdCSGt.bootstrap.NP2.Rd
PCS/man/PdofCSt.T1or2.Rd
PCS/man/tindep.Rd
PCS/man/PCS-package.Rd
PCS/man/PCS.boot.par.Rd
PCS/man/PofCSLt.bootstrap5.Rd
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