Hi,
I am using the reldist package and having problems determining the p-value
for the entropy value from the reldist function. I am able to properly
determine the entropy value, but cannot figure out what function to use to
find the p-value. I have tried using rpy, rpluy (which provides p-values
for the polarization values) and investing the results from reldist().
Thus, far I cannot find the p-value associated with the entropy value, but
I know that it is possible because p-values are listed in the paper
(Relative Distribution Methods by Handcock and Morris) along with the
bootstrap method used to calculate them.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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