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

View source: R/adtestWrapper.R

A set of Anderson-Darling tests (Anderson and Darling, 1952) are applied as proposed by Aitchison (Aichison, 1986).

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`x` |
compositional data of class data.frame or matrix |

`alpha` |
significance level |

`R` |
Number of Monte Carlo simulations in order to provide p-values. |

`robustEst` |
logical |

`...` |
additional parameters for print and summary passed through |

`object` |
an object of class adtestWrapper for the summary method |

First, the data is transformed using the ‘ilr’-transformation. After applying this transformation

- all (D-1)-dimensional marginal, univariate distributions are tested using the univariate Anderson-Darling test for normality.

- all 0.5 (D-1)(D-2)-dimensional bivariate angle distributions are tested using the Anderson-Darling angle test for normality.

- the (D-1)-dimensional radius distribution is tested using the Anderson-Darling radius test for normality.

A print and a summary method are implemented. The latter one provides a similar output is proposed by (Pawlowsky-Glahn, et al. (2008). In addition to that, p-values are provided.

`res ` |
a list including each test result |

`check ` |
information about the rejection of the null hypothesis |

`alpha` |
the underlying significance level |

`info` |
further information which is used by the print and summary method. |

`est` |
“standard” for standard estimation and “robust” for robust estimation |

Matthias Templ and Karel Hron

Anderson, T.W. and Darling, D.A. (1952) *Asymptotic theory
of certain goodness-of-fit criteria based on stochastic processes* Annals of
Mathematical Statistics, **23** 193-212.

Aitchison, J. (1986) *The Statistical Analysis of Compositional Data*
Monographs on Statistics and Applied Probability. Chapman \& Hall Ltd.,
London (UK). 416p.

1 2 3 4 | ```
data(machineOperators)
a <- adtestWrapper(machineOperators, R=50) # choose higher value of R
a
summary(a)
``` |

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