Provides a bootstrap test which decides whether two dose response curves can be assumed as equal concerning their maximum absolute deviation. A plenty of choices for the model types are available, which can be found in the 'DoseFinding' package, which is used for the fitting of the models.
Author  Kathrin Moellenhoff 
Date of publication  20150916 12:47:09 
Maintainer  Kathrin Moellenhoff <kathrin.moellenhoff@rub.de> 
License  GPL3 
Version  1.0 
Package repository  View on CRAN 
Installation  Install the latest version of this package by entering the following in R:

All man pages Function index File listing
Man pages  

betaMod: Implementation of Beta models  
bootstrap_test: Bootstrap test for testing dose response curves for...  
dff: Implementation of absolute difference function  
emax: Implementation of EMAX models  
exponential: Implementation of exponential models  
linear: Implementation of linear models  
linlog: Implementation of linear in log models  
logistic: Implementation of logistic models  
quadratic: Implementation of quadratic models  
sigEmax: Implementation of Sigmoid Emax models 
Functions  

betaMod  Man page Source code 
bootstrap_test  Man page Source code 
dff  Man page Source code 
emax  Man page Source code 
exponential  Man page Source code 
linear  Man page Source code 
linlog  Man page Source code 
logistic  Man page Source code 
quadratic  Man page Source code 
sigEmax  Man page Source code 
Files  

NAMESPACE
 
R
 
R/dff.R  
R/DoseResponseModels.R  
R/bootstrap_test.R  
MD5
 
DESCRIPTION
 
man
 
man/quadratic.Rd  
man/bootstrap_test.Rd  
man/logistic.Rd  
man/exponential.Rd  
man/linlog.Rd  
man/sigEmax.Rd  
man/linear.Rd  
man/betaMod.Rd  
man/dff.Rd  
man/emax.Rd 
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