[R] Diptest- I'm getting significant values when I shouldn't?
murdoch.duncan at gmail.com
Thu Dec 22 21:32:15 CET 2011
On 21/12/2011 3:37 PM, kbrownk wrote:
> > From library(diptest):
> Shouldn't the following almost always be non-significant for
> Hartigan's dip test?
> dip(x = rnorm(1000))
Well, it should be non-significant about 95% of the time
> I get dip scores of around 0.0008 which based on p values taken from
> the table (at N=1000), using the command: qDiptab, are 0.02< p<
> Anyone familiar with Hartigan's dip test and what I may not be
Why not use dip.test()? When I do that, I see the p-values are almost
all quite large:
Using runif() gives something apparently on the boundary, as you'd expect:
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