[R] ?Accuracy of prop.test

Peter Ehlers ehlers at ucalgary.ca
Mon Jul 18 15:55:02 CEST 2011

You might also enjoy the binconf() function in the Hmisc pkg.

Peter Ehlers

On 2011-07-18 06:17, Jack Sofsky wrote:
> Ted, Rolf&  Peter,
> Thanks for a truly educational (at least for me) thread.
> I did indeed look up the article /"Interval Estimation for the
> Difference Between Independent Proportions: Comparison of Eleven
> Methods." /which I found here.
> /http://psychology.stanford.edu/~jlm/pdfs/Newcombe98Proportions.pdf/
> It's above my current synaptic level, but I did learn that someone is
> awfully concerned about the accuracy of R's undergirdings.  From this
> point on, I'm just going to enjoy the ride.
> And Peter: Yes, I did question the accuracy of R because of the Minitab
> result, but that has been the nature of my approach to my mostly
> semi-scientific endeavors.  I do have your book "Introductory Statistics
> with R" as one of my several guides to this adventure.
> Jack
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