x = rnorm(10, mean = 10, sd = 1) #some data
mytest = t.test(x, mu = 10) #is mu = 10 attributes(mytest) #what's in the test mytest$p.value #obtain the p-value mytest$statistic #obtain the t-value aka statistic
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> Is there a package out there that can do these calculations?
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