The following methods will construct valid objects of
class "monteBSSample
." Please see the
‘“monte”: When is n Sufficiently Large?’ vignette
for more details and examples.
signature(population = "montePop")
This method works with an object of class
"montePop
" as the signature argument.
usage...
monteBSSample(population, n = c(10), mcSamples = 100, R = 100, alpha = 0.05, replace = TRUE, startSeed = NA, runQuiet = TRUE, ... )
population
: An object of class
"montePop
" containing the population
values.
n
: A vector of sample sizes that will be used to
draw mcSamples
Monte Carlo samples from the population.
mcSamples
: A scalar specifying the number of Monte
Carlo samples to draw from the population of sizes n
.
R
: A scalar specifying the number of bootstrap
sample replicates to draw.
alpha
: The two-tailed alpha level for confidence
interval calculation. I.e., for the 95% confidence level, specify
alpha=0.05
.
replace
: TRUE
: sample with replacement;
FALSE
: sample without replacement. This is for the
drawing of the mcSamples
samples of sizes n
, note
for the bootstrap replicates, which are always drawn from the
samples with replacement.
startSeed
: A scalar specifying a random number seed
for the Monte Carlo draws. See initRandomSeed
for
details.
runQuiet
: TRUE
: no feedback; FALSE
:
feedback if available.
... : Other arguments to be passed along to
sample
.
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