Re: [R] *** GOODNESS OF FIT FOR BINOMIAL DISTRIBUTED DATA

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From: Achim Zeileis (Achim.Zeileis@wu-wien.ac.at)
Date: Fri 07 May 2004 - 04:39:09 EST


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On Thu, 06 May 2004 20:10:18 -0700 Pier Luca Lanzi wrote:

> Hi,
>
> this is probably a very newbie statistical question.
>
> I have some experimental data.
>
> My hypothesis is that the data are binomially distributed with a known
> N and p.
>
> I am trying to obtain a sort of p-value to tell me whether or not my
> hypothesis is correct.
>
> What can I do with R?

You can look at the package vcd, in particular the functions goodfit()
with corresponding methods and distplot(). See also
  example(Saxony)
For more details on the methods, look at Michael Friendly's book
"Visualizing Categorical Data".

hth,
Z

> Thank you,
> Pier Luca
>
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