This is a packaged version of the robust statistic functions provided by R. R. Wilcox (http://dornsife.usc.edu/labs/rwilcox/software/). So far only few help files are provided, but more and more will be added.

Author | Rand R. Wilcox, Felix Schönbrodt |

Date of publication | 2014-01-20 14:12:38 |

Maintainer | Felix Schönbrodt <felix@nicebread.de> |

License | GPL (>=2) |

Version | 0.24 |

**corb:** Compute a .95 confidence interval for a correlation

**onesampb:** Compute a bootstrap, .95 confidence interval for any measure...

**onestep:** Compute one-step M-estimator of location using Huber's Psi

**out:** Search for outliers using robust measures of location and...

**outbox:** Detects outliers using the boxplot rule

**outpro:** Detect outliers using a modification of the Stahel-Donoho...

**pb2gen:** Compute a bootstrap confidence interval for the difference...

**pball:** Percentage Bend Correlation (matrix)

**pbcor:** Percentage Bend Correlation (bivariate)

**sband:** Compute a confidence band for the shift function

**trimpb:** Compute a 1-alpha confidence interval for a trimmed mean.

**tsreg:** Compute Theil-Sen regression estimator

**twocor:** Compute a .95 confidence interval for the difference between...

**twopcor:** Compute a .95 confidence interval for the difference between...

**WRS-package:** Wilcox' Robust Statistics

**yuen:** Yuen's test for trimmed means

DESCRIPTION

NAMESPACE

NEWS

R

R/Rallfun-v24.R
WRS-Ex.R
inst

inst/CITATION

man

man/WRS-package.Rd
man/corb.Rd
man/onesampb.Rd
man/onestep.Rd
man/out.Rd
man/outbox.Rd
man/outpro.Rd
man/pb2gen.Rd
man/pball.Rd
man/pbcor.Rd
man/sband.Rd
man/trimpb.Rd
man/tsreg.Rd
man/twocor.Rd
man/twopcor.Rd
man/yuen.Rd
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