logrr.test performs a global test of clustering
for comparing cases and controls using the log ratio of
spatial densities based on the method of Kelsall and
A list providing the observed test statistic
islogrr) and the estimated p-value
Waller, L.A. and Gotway, C.A. (2005). Applied Spatial Statistics for Public Health Data. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
Kelsall, Julia E., and Peter J. Diggle. "Non-parametric estimation of spatial variation in relative risk." Statistics in Medicine 14.21-22 (1995): 2335-2342.
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 "The p-value for the global test is 0.2"
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