confreq: Configural Frequencies Analysis Using Log-Linear Modeling

Offers several functions for Configural Frequencies Analysis (CFA), which is a useful statistical tool for the analysis of multiway contingency tables. CFA was introduced by G. A. Lienert as 'Konfigurations Frequenz Analyse - KFA'. Lienert, G. A. (1971). Die Konfigurationsfrequenzanalyse: I. Ein neuer Weg zu Typen und Syndromen. Zeitschrift für Klinische Psychologie und Psychotherapie, 19(2), 99–115.

AuthorJoerg-Henrik Heine, R.W. Alexandrowicz (function stirling_cfa() ) and some package testing by Mark Stemmler
Date of publication2016-12-28 16:49:15
MaintainerJoerg-Henrik Heine <jhheine@googlemail.com>
LicenseGPL-3
Version1.5.1

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Functions

binomial_test_cfa Man page
CFA Man page
chi_local_test_cfa Man page
confreq Man page
confreq-package Man page
dat2cov Man page
dat2fre Man page
design_cfg_cfa Man page
df_des_cfa Man page
expected_cfa Man page
expected_margin_cfa Man page
fre2dat Man page
ftab Man page
lazar Man page
Lienert1978 Man page
LienertLSD Man page
lr Man page
newborns Man page
pos_cfg_cfa Man page
S2CFA Man page
stirling_cfa Man page
suicide Man page
summary.CFA Man page
summary.S2CFA Man page
z_tests_cfa Man page

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