# analyze

From binseqtest v1.0.3
by Michael Fay

##### Methods for calculating estimates, confidence intervals, and p-values from binary sequential boundaries

For routine use, these functions will not need to be called directly but are called from within the design functions (see `designOBF`

). If needed, use `analyze`

for any class representing a binary sequential boundary (see `bound-class`

),
and the appropriate function is called.

##### Usage

```
analyzeBound(object, theta0 = 0.5, stats = "all", alternative = "two.sided", conf.level = 0.95, tsalpha = NULL, ...)
analyzeBoundNBF(object, theta0 = 0.5, stats = "all", alternative = "two.sided", conf.level = 0.95, tsalpha = NULL, cipMatch = TRUE, ...)
```

##### Arguments

- object
- a binary sequential boundary (for classes see
`bound-class`

) - theta0
- probability of success under the null
- stats
- character, either 'all' or 'pval'
- tsalpha
- vector of length 2, error on either side, if present overrides alternative and conf.level (see details)
- alternative
- character, either 'two.sided', 'less', or 'greater'
- conf.level
- confidence level
- cipMatch
- logical, for non-binding futility boundaries, should CI match the p-values on the binding boundary
- ...
- further arguments to be passed

##### Value

##### See Also

See `analyze-methods`

*Documentation reproduced from package binseqtest, version 1.0.3, License: GPL-3*

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