Description Usage Arguments Details Value References

This function returns the upper tail probability of a truncated central F distribution
at quantile `q`

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`q` |
the quantile. |

`df1, df2` |
the degrees of freedom. |

`E` |
the truncation set, an "Intervals" object or a matrix where rows represents a union of disjoint intervals. |

`approx` |
should the approximation algorithm be used? Default is |

Let *X* be a central F random variable with `df1, df2`

degrees of freedom. Truncating
*X* to the set *E* is equivalent to conditioning on *{X \in E}*. So this function
returns *P(X ≥ q | X \in E)*.

This function returns the value of the survival function evaluated at quantile `q`

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Bryc, Wlodzimierz. "A uniform approximation to the right normal tail integral." Applied mathematics and computation 127.2 (2002): 365-374.

Peizer, David B., and John W. Pratt. "A normal approximation for binomial, F, beta, and other common, related tail probabilities, I." Journal of the American Statistical Association 63.324 (1968): 1416-1456.

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