Re: [R] Rcommander and simple chisquare

From: Philippe Grosjean <phgrosjean_at_sciviews.org>
Date: Thu 15 Sep 2005 - 22:32:13 EST

Hello,

Just look at Statistics -> Contingency tables. There is an option for making the chi square test there.
Best,

Philippe Grosjean,

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Christian Jost wrote:
> In this years biostat teaching I will include Rcommander (it indeed
> simplifies syntax problems that makes students frequently miss the
> core statistical problems). But I could not find how to make a simple
> chisquare comparison between observed frequencies and expected
> frequencies (eg in genetics where you expect phenotypic frequencies
> corresponding to 3:1 in standard dominant/recessif alleles). Any idea
> where this feature might be hidden? Or could it be added to
> Rcommander?
>
> Thanks, Christian.
>
> ps: in case I am not making myself clear, can Rcommander be made to perform
>

>> chisq.test(c(61,39),p=c(0.75,0.25))

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