[R] Chi-square tests in R 1.1.0

Uwe Ligges ligges at statistik.uni-dortmund.de
Mon Jun 26 08:20:27 CEST 2000

markhall at gol.com wrote:
> Hi, I'm running R 1.1.0 for Windows NT on a Dell Latitude laptop with
> 128 MB of RAM.
> In the previous version of R (1010) there was the ctest library and a few
> other functions to do a variety of chi-square tests in R.  Have those been
> deleted in the current version (1.1), or do they just go by a different name
> in a different library?  I originally downloaded (R 1.1) from Prof.
> Ripley's webpage
> where the ctest library is in the directory  being for
> the old releases.  Searching the
> on-line manual at stat.ethz.ch/R-alpha lists the function chisq.test in the
> ctest library, but checking the scripts, it is not in there.

Hm. I think rw1010 (~ R-1.1.0) is the latest release of R.
That one you downloaded from Prof Ripley's webpage might be a
pre-release, I suppose. 
If it is, you should download the official release from CRAN.

And what kind of scripts did you check?

The following works perfectly:


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