onetPermutation {DAAG} | R Documentation |

## One Sample Permutation t-test

### Description

This function computes the p-value for the one sample t-test using a permutation test. The permutation density can also be plotted.

### Usage

```
onetPermutation(x = DAAG::pair65$heated - DAAG::pair65$ambient, nsim = 2000,
plotit = TRUE)
```

### Arguments

`x` |
a numeric vector containing the sample values (centered at the null hypothesis value) |

`nsim` |
the number of permutations (randomly selected) |

`plotit` |
if TRUE, the permutation density is plotted |

### Details

This function calculates only a one-sided p-value. The
`EnvStats::oneSamplePermutationTest`

in the EnvStats package
offers a choice between two-sided and one-sided tests. If the
statmod package is available, a correction will be applied
that accounts for a small bias that results when permutations are
sampled.

### Value

The p-value for the test of the hypothesis that the mean of `x`

differs from 0

### Author(s)

J.H. Maindonald

### References

Good, P. 2000. Permutation Tests. Springer, New York.

### Examples

```
onetPermutation()
```

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