Description Usage Arguments Value Author(s) References See Also Examples

Two functions: `EV.Trun`

and `EV.Trun.alt`

.

Both functions compute the expected value of Cuzick and Edwards *T_{run}* test statistic based on the number of
consecutive cases from the cases in the data under RL or CSR independence.

The number of cases are denoted as *n_1* (denoted as `n1`

as an argument)
and number of controls as *n_0* for both functions (denoted as `n0`

as an argument),
to match the case-control class labeling,
which is just the reverse of the labeling in \insertCitecuzick:1990;textualnnspat.

The function `EV.Trun.alt`

uses a loop and takes slightly longer than the function `EV.Trun`

,
hence `EV.Trun`

is used in other functions.

See also (\insertCitecuzick:1990;textualnnspat).

1 2 3 | ```
EV.Trun(n1, n0)
EV.Trun.alt(n1, n0)
``` |

`n1, n0` |
The number of cases and controls used as arguments for both functions. |

The expected value of Cuzick and Edwards *T_{run}* test statistic for disease clustering

Elvan Ceyhan

1 2 3 4 | ```
n1<-20
n0<-25
EV.Trun(n1,n0)
``` |

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