bootLR: Bootstrapped Confidence Intervals for (Negative) Likelihood Ratio Tests

Computes appropriate confidence intervals for the likelihood ratio tests commonly used in medicine/epidemiology. It is particularly useful when the sensitivity or specificity in the sample is 100%. Note that this does not perform the test on nested models--for that, see 'epicalc::lrtest'.

AuthorKeith A. Marill and Ari B. Friedman
Date of publication2015-07-13 00:52:09
MaintainerAri B. Friedman <abfriedman@gmail.com>
LicenseLGPL-2.1
Version1.0

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bootLR
bootLR/inst
bootLR/inst/CITATION
bootLR/tests
bootLR/tests/testthat
bootLR/tests/testthat/test_bootLR.R
bootLR/tests/testthat/test_optimization.R
bootLR/tests/test-all.R
bootLR/NAMESPACE
bootLR/demo
bootLR/demo/00Index
bootLR/demo/examples.R
bootLR/NEWS
bootLR/R
bootLR/R/bootLR.R
bootLR/MD5
bootLR/DESCRIPTION
bootLR/man
bootLR/man/drawMaxedOut.Rd bootLR/man/medianConsistentlyOne.Rd bootLR/man/bca.Rd bootLR/man/run.BayesianLR.test.Rd bootLR/man/sequentialGridSearch.Rd bootLR/man/print.lrtest.Rd bootLR/man/confusionStatistics.Rd bootLR/man/BayesianLR.test.Rd

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