analyze {binseqtest} | R Documentation |
For routine use, these functions will not need to be called directly but are called from within the design functions (see designOBF
). If needed, use analyze
for any class representing a binary sequential boundary (see bound-class
),
and the appropriate function is called.
analyzeBound(object, theta0 = 0.5, stats = "all", alternative = "two.sided", conf.level = 0.95, tsalpha = NULL, ...) analyzeBoundNBF(object, theta0 = 0.5, stats = "all", alternative = "two.sided", conf.level = 0.95, tsalpha = NULL, cipMatch = TRUE, ...)
object |
a binary sequential boundary (for classes see |
theta0 |
probability of success under the null |
stats |
character, either 'all' or 'pval' |
tsalpha |
vector of length 2, error on either side, if present overrides alternative and conf.level (see details) |
alternative |
character, either 'two.sided', 'less', or 'greater' |
conf.level |
confidence level |
cipMatch |
logical, for non-binding futility boundaries, should CI match the p-values on the binding boundary |
... |
further arguments to be passed |
if stats='all' returns an object of class 'boundEst', otherwise returns a numeric vector of p-values
See analyze-methods