# hypotestBAF6x: Bayesain Hypothesis testing given x: Hypothesis 6: Theta <... In proportion: Inference on Single Binomial Proportion and Bayesian Computations

## Description

Bayesain Hypothesis testing given x: Hypothesis 6: Theta < Theta1 Vs Theta > Theta2

## Usage

 `1` ```hypotestBAF6x(x, n, th1, a1, b1, th2, a2, b2) ```

## Arguments

 `x` - Number of success `n` - Number of trials from data `th1` - Hypothetical parameter for H1 `a1` - Priors for hypothesis H1 `b1` - Priors for hypothesis H1 `th2` - Hypothetical parameter for H2 `a2` - Priors for hypothesis H2 `b2` - Priors for hypothesis H2

## Details

Computes Bayes factor under Beta-Binomial model for the model: p < p1 Vs p > p2 from the given number of trials `n` and and for given number of successes x = 0, 1, 2......n We use the following guideline for reporting the results:

• 1/3 <= BaFa01 < 1: Evidence against H0 is not worth more than a bare mention.

• 1/20 <= BaFa01 < 1/3: Evidence against H0 is positive.

• 1/150 <= BaFa01 < 1/20: Evidence against H0 is strong.

• BaFa10 < 1/150: Evidence against H0 is very strong.

• 1 <= BaFa01 < 3: Evidence against H1 is not worth more than a bare mention.

• 3 <= BaFa01 < 20: Evidence against H1 is positive.

• 20 <= BaFa01 < 150: Evidence against H1 is strong.

• 150 <= BaFa01: Evidence against H1 is very strong.

## Value

A dataframe with

 `x` Number of successes `BaFa01` Bayesian Factor

## References

 2006 Ghosh M, Delampady M and Samanta T. An introduction to Bayesian analysis: Theory and Methods. Springer, New York

 2014 Sakthivel S, Subbiah M and Ramakrishnan R Default prior approach for Bayesian testing of hypotheses involving single binomial proportion International Journal of Statistics and Analysis, 4 (2), 139 - 153

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 ```1 2``` ```x=682; n=925; th1=0.5; a1=1; b1=1; th2=0.9; a2=0.5; b2=0.5 hypotestBAF6x(x,n,th1,a1,b1,th2,a2,b2) ```