concurve (2.5.0)

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Computes and Plots Compatibility (Confidence) Intervals, P-Values, S-Values, & Likelihood Intervals to Form Consonance, Surprisal, & Likelihood Functions.

https://data.lesslikely.com/concurve/
https://github.com/zadrafi/concurve
https://lesslikely.com/
http://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/concurve

Allows one to compute compatibility (confidence) intervals for various statistical tests along with their corresponding P-values, S-values, and likelihoods. The intervals can be plotted to create consonance, surprisal, and likelihood functions allowing one to see what effect sizes are compatible with the test model at various compatibility levels rather than being limited to one interval estimate such as 95\%. Functions can also be compared to one another to see how much they overlap with one another and differ. Results can also be exported for Word, Powerpoint, and TeX documents. The package currently supports bootstrapping, linear models, generalized linear models, linear mixed-effects models, survival analysis, and meta-analysis. These methods are discussed by Poole C. (1987) , Schweder T, Hjort NL. (2002) , Singh K, Xie M, Strawderman WE. (2007) , Rothman KJ, Greenland S, Lash TL. (2008, ISBN:9781451190052), Greenland S. (2019) , Chow ZR, Greenland S. (2019) , and Greenland S, Chow ZR. (2019) .

Maintainer: Zad Chow
Author(s): Zad Rafi [aut, cre] (<https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1545-8199>), Andrew D. Vigotsky [aut] (<https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3166-0688>)

License: GPL-3 | file LICENSE

Uses: bcaboot, boot, cowplot, dplyr, flextable, ggplot2, knitr, lme4, MASS, metafor, officer, patchwork, pbmcapply, ProfileLikelihood, scales, survival, survminer, tibble, tidyr, testthat, roxygen2, Lock5Data, rmarkdown, brms, covr, rstan, rstanarm, vdiffr, bayesplot, carData, spelling, bench

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