[R] suggestion for proportions
gunter.berton at gene.com
Wed Sep 7 16:50:40 CEST 2011
Oh ... I should have added that either option could be handled by
glm(), of course (provided that you're willing to accept the
But this is getting OT.
On Wed, Sep 7, 2011 at 7:28 AM, Viechtbauer Wolfgang (STAT)
<wolfgang.viechtbauer at maastrichtuniversity.nl> wrote:
> since it is paired data.
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>> Subject: Re: [R] suggestion for proportions
>> Please! ... ?prop.test
>> not t tests.
>> -- Bert
>> On Wed, Sep 7, 2011 at 4:21 AM, John Sorkin <JSorkin at grecc.umaryland.edu>
>> > >From you description, you should not used a paired Student's t-test.
>> One uses a paired test when pairs of observations come from the same
>> experimental unit (and thus are correlated). You describe a study where
>> each experimental unit is tested once and where there are two independent
>> groups of experimental units. Look at t.test (i.e. enter ?t.test).
>> > John
>> >>>> array chip <arrayprofile at yahoo.com> 9/7/2011 4:11 AM >>>
>> > Hi, I am wondering if anyone can suggest how to test the equality of 2
>> proportions. The caveat here is that the 2 proportions were calculated
>> from the same number of samples using 2 different tests. So essentially we
>> are comparing 2 accuracy rates from same, say 100, samples. I think this
>> is like a paired test, but don't know if really we need to consider the
>> "paired" nature of the data, and if yes then how? Or just use prop.test()
>> to compare 2 proportions?
>> > Any suggestion would be greatly appreciated.
>> > Thanks
>> > John
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