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R Software ModuleIan.Hollidayrwasp_Tests to Compare Two Means.wasp
Title produced by softwareAston University Statistical Software
Date of computationWed, 18 Nov 2009 05:57:14 -0700
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Dataseries X:
4	8
7	5
11	1
12	0
12	0
11	1
11	1
12	0
12	0
11	1
12	0
12	0
12	0
5	7
12	0
12	0
9	3
12	0
10	2
10	2
12	0
12	0
11	1
12	0
10	2
12	0
9	3
12	0
12	0
10	2
11	1
12	0
12	0
12	0
12	0
11	1
8	4
11	1
11	1
11	1
12	0
12	0
12	0
7	5
11	1
12	0
10	2
11	1
11	1
11	1
10	2
12	0
12	0
12	0
10	2
12	0
9	3
10	2
11	1
11	1
10	2
11	1
9	3
12	0
10	2
11	1
10	2
12	0
10	2
11	1
12	0
9	3
10	2
10	2
10	2
8	4
6	6
12	0
10	2
10	2
12	0
11	1
11	1
10	2
11	1
12	0




Summary of computational transaction
Raw Inputview raw input (R code)
Raw Outputview raw output of R engine
Computing time0 seconds
R Server'Gwilym Jenkins' @ 72.249.127.135

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Raw Output & view raw output of R engine  \tabularnewline
Computing time & 0 seconds \tabularnewline
R Server & 'Gwilym Jenkins' @ 72.249.127.135 \tabularnewline
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[ROW][C]Summary of computational transaction[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]Raw Input[/C][C]view raw input (R code) [/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]Raw Output[/C][C]view raw output of R engine [/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]Computing time[/C][C]0 seconds[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]R Server[/C][C]'Gwilym Jenkins' @ 72.249.127.135[/C][/ROW]
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Summary of computational transaction
Raw Inputview raw input (R code)
Raw Outputview raw output of R engine
Computing time0 seconds
R Server'Gwilym Jenkins' @ 72.249.127.135







Wilcoxon Test
StatisticP-value
Wilcoxon Test36480

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Wilcoxon Test & 3648 & 0 \tabularnewline
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[ROW][C]Wilcoxon Test[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C][/C][C]Statistic[/C][C]P-value[/C][/ROW]
[ROW][C]Wilcoxon Test[/C][C]3648[/C][C]0[/C][/ROW]
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Wilcoxon Test
StatisticP-value
Wilcoxon Test36480



Parameters (Session):
par1 = two.sided ; par2 = 1 ; par3 = 2 ; par4 = Wilcoxon-Mann_Whitney ; par5 = paired ; par6 = 0.0 ; par8 = FALSE ;
Parameters (R input):
par1 = two.sided ; par2 = 1 ; par3 = 2 ; par4 = Wilcoxon-Mann_Whitney ; par5 = paired ; par6 = 0.0 ; par7 = ; par8 = FALSE ;
R code (references can be found in the software module):
par2 <- as.numeric(par2)
par3 <- as.numeric(par3)
par4 <- as.character(par4)
par5 <- as.character(par5)
par6 <- as.numeric(par6)
if ( par5 == 'unpaired') paired <- FALSE else paired <- TRUE
x <- t(y)
bitmap(file='test1.png')
(r<-boxplot(x ,xlab=xlab,ylab=ylab,main=main,notch=FALSE,col=2))
dev.off()
load(file='createtable')
if( par4 == 'Wilcoxon-Mann_Whitney'){
a<-table.start()
a <- table.row.start(a)
a <- table.element(a,'Wilcoxon Test',3,TRUE)
a <- table.row.end(a)
a <- table.row.start(a)
a <- table.element(a,'',1,TRUE)
a <- table.element(a,'Statistic',1,TRUE)
a <- table.element(a,'P-value',1,TRUE)
a <- table.row.end(a)
W <- wilcox.test(x[,par2],x[,par3],alternative=par1, paired = paired)
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'Wilcoxon Test',1,TRUE)
a<-table.element(a,W$statistic[[1]])
a<-table.element(a,round(W$p.value, digits=5) )
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.end(a)
table.save(a,file='mytable.tab')
}
if( par4 == 'Students T-Test')
{
a<-table.start()
a <- table.row.start(a)
a <- table.element(a,'Students T-Test',3,TRUE)
a <- table.row.end(a)
a <- table.row.start(a)
a <- table.element(a,'',1,TRUE)
a <- table.element(a,'Statistic',1,TRUE)
a <- table.element(a,'P-value',1,TRUE)
a <- table.row.end(a)
T <- t.test(x[,par2],x[,par3],alternative=par1, paired=paired, mu=par6)
a<-table.row.start(a)
a<-table.element(a,'Students T-Test',1,TRUE)
a<-table.element(a,round(T$statistic[[1]], digits=5) )
a<-table.element(a,round(T$p.value, digits=5) )
a<-table.row.end(a)
a<-table.end(a)
table.save(a,file='mytable.tab')
}