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pwr (version 1.3-0)
Basic Functions for Power Analysis
Description
Power analysis functions along the lines of Cohen (1988).
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Helios De Rosario
Last Published
March 17th, 2020
Functions in pwr (1.3-0)
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plot.power.htest
Plot diagram of sample size vs. test power
pwr.2p.test
Power calculation for two proportions (same sample sizes)
pwr.2p2n.test
Power calculation for two proportions (different sample sizes)
pwr-package
Basic Functions for Power Analysis pwr
pwr.t2n.test
Power calculations for two samples (different sizes) t-tests of means
ES.w1
Effect size calculation in the chi-squared test for goodness of fit
pwr.t.test
Power calculations for t-tests of means (one sample, two samples and paired samples)
pwr.f2.test
Power calculations for the general linear model
ES.h
Effect size calculation for proportions
pwr.p.test
Power calculations for proportion tests (one sample)
ES.w2
Effect size calculation in the chi-squared test for association
pwr.anova.test
Power calculations for balanced one-way analysis of variance tests
pwr.chisq.test
power calculations for chi-squared tests
pwr.norm.test
Power calculations for the mean of a normal distribution (known variance)
pwr.r.test
Power calculations for correlation test
cohen.ES
Conventional effects size