[R] Watson test
ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
Tue Jul 16 10:05:57 CEST 2002
CircStats is a contributed package (and not part of R), so I suggest you
correspond directly with its authors (named in the DESCRIPTION file).
You can always read the source code to find out exactly what is done.
On Tue, 16 Jul 2002, Poizot Emmanuel wrote:
> I develop a little pice of code to perform a watson test.
> I try to compare the result obtain with my code and those given by the R
> library CircStats and it's watson(x,alpha,dist) provided function.
> My trouble is that I've got a set of test data (with it's watson test result)
> and the result given by R's watson function is not the same.
> Is there anybody who knows witch function is used in the R's watson function ?
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