ruipbarradas at sapo.pt
Fri Feb 21 23:04:26 CET 2014
Not answering directly to your question, if the sample size is a
documented problem with shapiro.test and you want a normality test, why
don't you use ?ks.test?
m <- mean(HP_TrinityK25$V2)
s <- sd(HP_TrinityK25$V2)
ks.test(HP_TrinityK25$V2, "pnorm", m, s)
Hope this helps,
Em 21-02-2014 15:59, Gonzalo Villarino Pizarro escreveu:
> Dear R users,
> Please help with with this maybe basic question. I am trying to see if my
> data is normal but is a large file and the test does not work.
> I keep getting the message : "Error in shapiro.test(x = HP_TrinityK25$V2)
> : sample size must be between 3 and 5000"
> Error in shapiro.test(x = HP_TrinityK25$V2) : sample size must be between 3
> and 5000
> HP_TrinityK25= my file
> HP_TrinityK25$V2= data in my file
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