pwr.omegasq

Power calculations for Omega Squared.

This function uses pwr.anova.test from the pwr package in combination with convert.cohensf.to.omegasq and convert.omegasq.to.cohensf to provide power analyses for Omega Squared.

Keywords
htest
Usage
pwr.omegasq(k = NULL, n = NULL, omegasq = NULL,
            sig.level = 0.05, power = NULL, digits = 4)
Arguments
k

The number of groups.

n

The sample size.

omegasq

The Omega Squared value.

sig.level

The significance level (alpha).

power

The power.

digits

The number of digits desired in the output (4, the default, is quite high; but omega squared value tend to be quite low).

Details

This function was written to work similarly to the power functions in the pwr package.

Value

An power.htest.ufs object that contains a number of input and output values, most notably:

power

The (specified or computed) power

n

The (specified or computed) sample size in each group

sig.level

The (specified or computed) significance level (alpha)

sig.level

The (specified or computed) Omega Squared value

cohensf

The computed value for the Cohen's f effect size measure

See Also

pwr.anova.test, convert.cohensf.to.omegasq, convert.omegasq.to.cohensf

Aliases
  • pwr.omegasq
Examples
# NOT RUN {
pwr.omegasq(omegasq=.06, k=3, power=.8)
# }
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