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```
#' @name is_significant
#'
#' @title Test the significance of a p-value
#' @description Test if a p-value is significant. This is specifically designed
#' to handle numeric output, or output from \code{\link{pvalString}}
#'
#' @param pvalue The p-value to be tested
#' @param alpha The significance level for comparison
#'
#' @details In instances where \code{pvalue} has a leading '<' or '>',
#' the inequality is stripped and the remaining characters are coerced to
#' a numeric. A logical vector comparing pvalue to alpha is returned
#' where the value is \code{TRUE} if \code{pvalue} <= \code{alpha}
#'
#' This function was built with the intent of using it to identify rows
#' in descriptive tables (such as \code{cattable} and \code{conttable})
#' with significant results. These rows could then be highlighted
#' using bold print automatically. This might prove useful for large tables.
#'
#' @author Benjamin Nutter
#'
#' @examples
#' \dontrun{
#' is_significant(c(.10, .06, .051, .05, .049, .02, .01))
#' is_significant(c("> .10", "< .05", "< 0.001"), alpha=.01)
#' }
#'
is_significant <- function(pvalue, alpha=.05){
#*** 1. Eliminate < and > characters. These are produced by pvalString
pvalue <- sub("<","",pvalue)
pvalue <- sub(">","",pvalue)
pvalue <- as.numeric(pvalue)
return(pvalue <= alpha)
}
```

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