[R] interpretation of R output for exact permutation test
m@@@|mo@bre@@@n @end|ng |rom @rp@@veneto@|t
Fri Jun 7 09:08:27 CEST 2019
given this reproucible example
independence_test(asat ~ group, data = asat, ## exact null distribution
distribution = "exact")
I'm wondering why the default results are reporting also the critical value
Z by considering that this method is supposed to be "exact", i.e. computing
the direct probability:
pvalue(independence_test(asat ~ group, data = asat, ## exact null
distribution distribution = "exact"))
my question is: what is the correct interpretation (if it exists at all) of
the Z value printed out by the 'plain' function 'independence_test' when it
is asked for an 'exact' test?
am I completely out of track?
sorry but I'm here missing the point somewhere, somehow...
thank you for the feedback
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