Description Usage Arguments Value Author(s) References Examples

The null hypothesis being tested is that the two ROCS are generated from populations with equal class-separating power. This function uses a bootstrap-based test.

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`x0` |
Vector; the raw data of the true-negative class in study 1. |

`x1` |
Vector; the raw data of the true-positive class in study 1. |

`z0` |
Vector; the raw data of the true-negative class in study 2. |

`z1` |
Vector; the raw data of the true-positive class in study 2. |

`B` |
The number of bootstrap samples to be used in order to estimate the spread of the distribution under the null hypothesis. |

`do.plot` |
Whether to plot the spread based on bootstrap samples. |

The p-value of the test is returned.

Tianwei Yu. Email: [email protected]

Yu T (2012) ROCS: Receiver Operating Characteristic Surface for Class-Skewed High-Throughput Data. PLoS ONE 7(7): e40598.

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