[R] Resampling with replacement on a binary (0, 1) dataset to get Cis
lincoln
miseno77 at hotmail.com
Thu Dec 1 12:34:25 CET 2011
...is it possible to do that?
I apologize for something that must be a very trivial question for most of
you but, unfortunately, it is not for me.
A binary variable is measured, say, 50 times each year during 10 year. My
interest is focused on the percentage of 1s with respect to the total if
each year.
There is no way to repeat those measure within each year and getting the CIs
by the "normal way".
By the way, it would be important to get even a rough estimate of the CIs of
these estimates (/n/1//n/1+/n/0).
In case this is not a blasphemy, how might be done in R?
Thanks in advance for any help
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