Print Bootstrap Confidence Intervals
This is a method for the function
print() to print objects of the
# S3 method for bootci print(x, hinv = NULL, ...)
The output from a call to
A transformation to be made to the interval end-points before they are printed.
further arguments passed to or from other methods.
This function prints out the results from
boot.ci in a "nice" format.
It also notes whether the scale of the intervals is the original scale
of the input to
boot.ci or a different scale and whether the calculations
were done on a transformed scale. It also looks at the order statistics
that were used in calculating the intervals. If the smallest or largest
values were used then it prints a message
Warning : Intervals used Extreme Quantiles
Such intervals should be considered very unstable and not relied upon for inferences. Even if the extreme values are not used, it is possible that the intervals are unstable if they used quantiles close to the extreme values. The function alerts the user to intervals which use the upper or lower 10 order statistics with the message
Some intervals may be unstable
ci.out is returned invisibly.