PhEq_bootstrap in R [Software]

posted by d_labes  – Berlin, Germany, 2018-08-15 09:45  – Posting: # 19168
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Dear Helmut, dear All,

just found:
bootf2BCA, a R equivalent of PhEq_bootstrap.
Contained are scripts for the R console and a GUI based on the shiny package.

May be better suited for validation since the source code may be modified to fit your needs, without access to the rarely used Object Pascal. E.g. introduce a setting of the seed to assure the same results between different runs.

Be warned: The source code is hard to read, nearly no comments at all.

Be further warned: If you rise the number of bootstrap samples (default is 1000, too low IMHO) the result file will contain a huge number of entries, each bootstrap sample is recorded! The same mess as in the 'Object Pascal' implementation. But could of course also changed with a little knowledge of R.

Regards,

Detlew

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