Description Usage Arguments Details Value References Examples

The input power value is rounded to the nearest integer or fractional powers, *\pm 1/3, 1/2*.
The function is presently designed just for display purposes.

1 | ```
ladder_power(p)
``` |

`p` |
A numeric power, for use as a transformation of a response, y, of the form |

In use, the transformation via the ladder of powers usually attaches a minus sign to
the transformation when the `power < 0`

, so that the order of the response values
are preserved under the transformation. Thus, a result of `power = -0.5`

is interpreted
to mean *-1 / √{y}*.

a named list of two elements: `power`

, the ladder-of-power value, and
`name`

, the name for the transformation

Tukey, J. W. (1977). *Exploratory Data Analysis*, Reading MA: Addison-Wesley.

1 2 | ```
ladder_power(0.6)
ladder_power(-0.6)
``` |

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