Maximally Selected Rank Statistics

Maximally selected rank statistics with several p-value approximations.


News

$Id: NEWS 419 2017-03-01 13:57:28Z hothorn $

0.7-25 (01.03.2017)

register C routines

0.7-24 (06.04.2016)

maxstatpermdist.c must not overwrite R objects

0.7-23 (01.07.2015)

    correct digits in print.htest

    documentation updates

0.7-22 (20.02.2015)

    register maxstat.test.data.frame and default

0.7-21 (19.01.2015)

    avoid two meaningless cases; fix by Marvin Wright <[email protected]>

0.7-20 (07.02.2014)

fix memory problem in maxstatpermdist.c

0.7-19 (02.09.2013)

mv sphase data to TH.data; fix NAMESPACE issues

    0.7-18 (18.04.2013)

    ???

0.7-16 (22.03.2013)

    convert data/*txt to data/*rda

0.7-15 (11.10.2012)

use R function exactRankTests:::cpermdist2

0.7-14 (23.08.2011)

    GPL (>= 2) only

0.7-13 (09.09.2009)

    documentation fixes

0.7-12 (29.08.2008)

    fix old style random seed assignments

0.7-11 (08.10.2007)

    documentation fix

0.7-9 (16.03.2005)

`delay' is deprecated in R-2.1.0

0.7-8 (24.01.2005)

documentation fixes

0.7-7 (18.11.2004)

use #!/bin/sh

0.7-6 (16.12.2003)

R-1.9.0 fixes: plot.new redefinition in preamble for tests

0.7-5 (28.10.2003)

`treepipit' data added

0.7-3 (30.08.2003)

use canonical header files

0.7-2 (18.07.2003)

optional weights argument addded

0.7-1 (15.06.2003)

maxstat.test(..., pmethod = "condMC", B = 999) can be used to
    compute the p-values via conditional Monte-Carlo. 

0.6-8 (23.04.2003)

updates for exactRankTests-0.8-0
the package is now in a NAMESPACE

0.6-7 (18.12.2002)

R CMD build problems

0.6-6 (23.11.2002)

depends mvtnorm >= 0.5-7 and test output adapted

0.6-5 (22.11.2002)

PACKAGE argument to Call in corrmsrs

0.6-4 (21.11.2002)

new `corrmsrs' is faster than `cmatrix' in some cases and has a 
cleaner	implementation and handling of minprop/maxprop

objects of class mmax now also return the correlation matrix `cm'
    and the univariate p.values `univp.values'

new interface to pexactgauss

the package has a vignette now

0.6-3 (09.10.2002)

url updated

0.6-1 (01.10.2002)

make -pedantic happy

0.6-0 (30.09.2002)

`data' is now required (we dispatch on `data')
added functionality for more than one covariable
some internal reorganizations

0.5-9 (03.07.2002)

use .C(..., PACKAGE="maxstat")

0.5-7 (22.05.2002)

the cutpoints are in indices (which(!ties) - 1) -> Fixed

0.5-6 (24.11.2002)

iscores argument added (use integer valued scores or not)

0.5-5 (11.04.2002)

replace optim by optimize, passes R-1.5.0pre checks

0.5-4 (06.03.2002)

link preprint

0.5-3 (14.12.2001)

fixed bug in pLausen94: take tied predictors into account

0.5-1 (11.12.2001)

check the return value of require in zzz.R

0.5-0 (10.12.2001)

release for R-1.4.0

0.4-6 (08.12.2001)

cosmetrics, \dontrun{ postscript() } in DLBCL.Rd

0.4-5 (04.12.2001)

interface changes in mvtnorm, 
Depends: exactRankTests(>= 0.5-8),mvtnorm(>= 0.4-1)


0.4-4 (03.12.2001)

survival interface now as in package survival
pmaxstat returns a double, not a list
man-pages updated

0.4-3 (01.12.2001)

clean interface (for survival problems too)
no longer depends on survival

0.4-2 (01.12.2001)

maxstat.test generic passed R CMD check
plot.maxtest and print.maxtest implemented

0.4-1 (29.11.2001)

maxstat.test is now generic. 
To-Do:
the interface is not clean for survival
problems (formula for cens???, `Surv' isn't nice for that).

take off `plot' and use `retT' to get the empirical process plotted
(including p-values as in strucchange :-)

for the examples: check, if `survival' is there and don't Depend on
it

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install.packages("maxstat")

0.7-25 by Torsten Hothorn, 4 years ago


Browse source code at https://github.com/cran/maxstat


Authors: Torsten Hothorn


Documentation:   PDF Manual  


Task views: Survival Analysis


GPL (>= 2) license


Imports exactRankTests, mvtnorm, stats, graphics

Suggests TH.data, survival


Imported by jsmodule, survminer.


See at CRAN