For one-way layout experiments the one-way ANOVA can be performed as an omnibus test. All-pairs multiple comparisons tests (Tukey-Kramer test, Scheffe test, LSD-test) and many-to-one tests (Dunnett test) for normally distributed residuals and equal within variance are available. Furthermore, all-pairs tests (Games-Howell test, Tamhane's T2 test, Dunnett T3 test, Ury-Wiggins-Hochberg test) and many-to-one (Tamhane-Dunnett Test) for normally distributed residuals and heterogeneous variances are provided. Van der Waerden's normal scores test for omnibus, all-pairs and many-to-one tests is provided for non-normally distributed residuals and homogeneous variances. The Kruskal-Wallis, BWS and Anderson-Darling omnibus test and all-pairs tests (Nemenyi test, Dunn test, Conover test, Dwass-Steele-Critchlow- Fligner test) as well as many-to-one (Nemenyi test, Dunn test, U-test) are given for the analysis of variance by ranks. Non-parametric trend tests (Jonckheere test, Cuzick test, Johnson-Mehrotra test, Spearman test) are included. In addition, a Friedman-test for one-way ANOVA with repeated measures on ranks (CRBD) and Skillings-Mack test for unbalanced CRBD is provided with consequent all-pairs tests (Nemenyi test, Siegel test, Miller test, Conover test, Exact test) and many-to-one tests (Nemenyi test, Demsar test, Exact test). A trend can be tested with Pages's test. Durbin's test for a two-way balanced incomplete block design (BIBD) is given in this package as well as Gore's test for CRBD with multiple observations per cell is given. Outlier tests, Mandel's k- and h statistic as well as functions for Type I error and Power analysis as well as generic summary, print and plot methods are provided.
|Date of publication||2018-01-17 09:42:40 UTC|
|Maintainer||Thorsten Pohlert <[email protected]>|
|License||GPL (>= 3)|
|Package repository||View on CRAN|
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