in_CI: Indicator Function for Analyzing Coverage

Description Usage Arguments Value Examples

View source: R/in_CI.R

Description

Indicator function for analyzing coverage. The output indicates whether a value lies within a computed confidence interval.

Usage

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in_CI(est, se, true, level=0.95, df=Inf)

Arguments

est

Vector of estimates

se

Vector of standard errors

true

Vector of true parameters

level

Confidence level

df

Degrees of freedom for t distribution. The default corresponds to the normal distribution.

Value

Logical vector

Examples

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# EXAMPLE 1: Toy example
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#-- simulate estimates and standard errors
set.seed(987)
n <- 10
est <- stats::rnorm( n, sd=1)
se <- stats::runif( n, 0, .7 )
level <- .95
true <- 0

#-- apply coverage function
in_ci <- miceadds::in_CI( est, se, true)
#-- check correctness
cbind( est, se, true, in_ci )

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