buildResultsWindow: Build the results window for the analysis of numerical...

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) See Also

View source: R/buildResultsWindow.R


This window is used to both display results from, and graph the data used in; the analysis of numerical endpoints.





The results data structure from autoStdAnylsis or forceStdAnalysis.


The results window has the potential to display the results from every possible type of analysis. See the help section of each analysis for more details.


Every analyzed endpoint will have a tab associated with it. Every tab will contain these 2 buttons:

Save All Results

Creates a folder and saves all the results from every endpoint in the folder as an HTML document.

Save All Results and Graphs

Creates a folder and saves all the results from every endpoint in the folder as an HTML document. Also saves all possible graphs for every endpoint as pdfs in the same folder.

Each tab produces a table for every possible analysis. See each individual function for details about each table.

Summary table

See makeSummaryTable.

Test For Monotonicity

See monotonicityTest.

Jonckheere-Terpstra table

See jonckheereTerpstraTest.

Wilks table

See wilksTest.

Levene table

See leveneTestSC.

Anova table

See basicAnova.

Dunnet table

See oneWayDunnettTest.

Dunns table

See dunnsTest.

Williams Table

The results from the Williams test williamsTest.

In addition to the two save buttons shared by every tab, the graph tab has the additional button of:

Save Graph

Saves the current graph as a pdf.

The graph tab will always have the following controls:

Choose Response

This allows for the selection of the endpoint to be graphed. This is can be any of the endpoints used in the analysis.

Choose Graph Type

This allows for the selection of graph type. It can be a boxplot from the boxplot function, a quantile-quantile plot from the qqnorm function, or a violin plot from the bwplot function in the lattice package. If a time variable was specified, "Interaction" will be included as an additional option. Selecting "Interaction" produces an interaction plot using the interaction.plot function.

Use Transformed Scale

This controls the scale the data is graphed in. The scale can be unmodified which uses the original, unmodified data or the scale can be modified which use the data that has been transformed by the transformation selected in the analysis.

If the time variable is specified, the graph will have these additional controls:

Group Variable

This controls what the x-axis is. It can be either the treatment variable used in the analysis or the time variable.

Time Interval

This controls the amount of time the response variable is averaged over. For example if the data was recorded every day selecting an interval of "7" would yield an average weekly response.


Joe Swintek

See Also

autoStdAnylsis and forceStdAnalysis

StatCharrms documentation built on June 10, 2018, 5:04 p.m.