The functions defined in this program serve for implementing adaptive two-stage tests. Currently, four tests are included: Bauer and Koehne (1994), Lehmacher and Wassmer (1999), Vandemeulebroecke (2006), and the horizontal conditional error function. User-defined tests can also be implemented. Reference: Vandemeulebroecke, An investigation of two-stage tests, Statistica Sinica 2006.
|Date of publication||2009-10-16 10:38:55|
|Maintainer||Marc Vandemeulebroecke <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|License||GPL (>= 2)|
a1Table: Function to produce tables of alpha1
adaptTest-package: Adaptive two-stage tests
CEF: Function to specify a conditional error function
getpar: Function to calculate the parameter that specifies the...
OrderComparisons: Functions to perform simple order comparisons
ovP: Function to compute and visualize overall p-values
parconv: Function to convert between two different parameterizations...
pathCEF: Function to plot several conditional error functions running...
plotBounds: Function to plot the stopping bounds of an adaptive two-stage...
plotCEF: Function to plot a conditional error function
tsT: Function to implement an adaptive two-stage test
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