[R] comparing real set vs sampled sets

PQuery pierre.khoueiry at embl.de
Wed Jul 31 10:15:38 CEST 2013

Dear R helper,

I have a statistic question. 
I have a vector of 500 values for which I need to assess the statistical
significance of occurrence

real.dist <- realValues

For that, I sampled from my data large data pool 1000 other vectors of 500
values each.

I then run ks.test with my real vec vs each of the sampled vectors.

  ks <- ks.test(real.dist, x$dist)

I now have 1000 "D" values with their corresponding p.values. How can I have
a general p.value saying that
my real data differs from the sampled one, and thus significant ?

Any suggestion ?
Many thanks,

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