When testing multiple hypotheses simultaneously, this package provides functionality to calculate a lower bound for the number of correct rejections (as a function of the number of rejected hypotheses), which holds simultaneously with high probability for all possible number of rejections. As a special case, a lower bound for the total number of false null hypotheses can be inferred. Dependent test statistics can be handled for multiple tests of associations. For independent test statistics, it is sufficient to provide a list of pvalues.
Author  Nicolai Meinshausen 
Date of publication  20120601 16:06:00 
Maintainer  Nicolai Meinshausen <meinshausen@stats.ox.ac.uk> 
License  GPL 
Version  0.31 
URL  http://www.stats.ox.ac.uk/~meinshau/ 
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  

howmany: Number of correct rejections, for independent test statistics  
howmany_dependent: Number of correct rejections, for dependent test statistics  
lowerbound: The lower bound for the number of correct rejections  
plot.howmany: Plot of an object of class 'howmany'  
print.howmany: Print an object of class 'howmany'  
summary.howmany: Summary of an object of class 'howmany' 
Functions  

howmany  Man page 
howmany_dependent  Man page 
lowerbound  Man page 
plot.howmany  Man page 
print.howmany  Man page 
summary.howmany  Man page 
Files  

MD5
 
README
 
R
 
R/summary.howmany.R  
R/print.howmany.R  
R/plot.howmany.R  
R/lowerbound.R  
R/howmany_dependent.R  
R/howmany.R  
R/get.boundingfunction.independent.R  
R/get.boundingfunction.dependent.R  
R/find.beta.R  
NAMESPACE
 
man
 
man/summary.howmany.Rd  
man/print.howmany.Rd  
man/plot.howmany.Rd  
man/lowerbound.Rd  
man/howmany_dependent.Rd  
man/howmany.Rd  
DESCRIPTION

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