tidyselect
versions is
>= 1.2.0
emmeans_test()
: restoring grouping variable class
(factor
) in the final results emmeans_test()
(#169)emmeans_test()
: “Use of .data in
tidyselect expressions was deprecated in tidyselect 1.2.0.”cor_plot()
now accepts additional arguments to pass to
corrplot() (#66)car::Anova()
.get_comparisons()
now drops unused levels before
creating possible comparisons (#67)get_summary_stats()
keeps the order
of columns specified by the user (#46).two_sample_test()
now counts group sizes
(n1
and n2
) by the number of
non-NA
values #104shapiro_test()
function. Shapiro_test() throws an error if the input data contains
column names “value” or “variable”. This is fixed now (#52).cor_test()
function, where there was a
tidy evaluation conflict when the input data contains “x” and “y” as
column names (#68).dunn_test()
documentation is updated to describe
the discrepancy between the default behavior of the
rstatix::dunn_test()
compared to other packages
(dunn.test
and jamovi
). The default of the
rstatix::dunn_test() function is to perform a two-sided Dunn test like
the well known commercial softwares, such as SPSS and GraphPad. This is
not the case for some other R packages (dunn.test and jamovi), where the
default is to perform one-sided test (#50).get_summary_stats()
handles the user
defined probabilities for grouped data (#78)get_n()
to extract sample count (n) from statistical test
results. - get_description
to extract stat test description
or name - remove_ns()
to remove non-significant rows.add_x_position()
to better support different
situations (#73).dunn_test()
include
estimate1
and estimate2
when the argument
detailed = TRUE
is specified. The estimate1
and estimate2
values represent the mean rank values of the
two groups being compared, respectively (#59).cor_spread()
doc updated, error is explicitly shown if
the input data doesn’t contain the columns “var1”, “var2” and “cor”
(#95)emmeans_test()
and
levene_test()
to adapt to broom release 0.7.4 (#89)anova_test()
is
updated to explain the internal contrast setting (#74).p_mark_significance()
works when all p-values are
NA. Empty character (““) is returned for NA (#64).rstatix
and grouped_anova_test
)
added to grouped ANOVA test (#61)scales
added in the function
get_y_position()
. If the specified value is “free” or
“free_y”, then the step increase of y positions will be calculated by
plot panels. Note that, using “free” or “free_y” gives the same result.
A global step increase is computed when scales = “fixed” (#56).anova_test()
computes now repeated
measures ANOVA without error when unused columns are present in the
input data frame (#55)stack
added in
get_y_position()
to compute p-values y position for stacked
bar plots (#48).wilcox_test()
: Now, if detailed = TRUE
, an
estimate of the location parameter (Only present if argument detailed =
TRUE). This corresponds to the pseudomedian (for one-sample case) or to
the difference of the location parameter (for two-samples case) (#45).anova_test()
function: Changing R default contrast
setting (contr.treatment
) into orthogonal contrasts
(contr.sum
) to have comparable results to SPSS when users
define the model using formula (@benediktclaus, #40).type = "quantile"
of
get_summary_stats()
works properly (@Boyoron, #39).rstatix
and the
ggpubr
package and makes it easy to program with tidyverse
packages using non standard evaluation. - df_select - df_arrange -
df_group_by - df_nest_by - df_split_by - df_unite - df_get_var_names -
df_label_both - df_label_valuefreq_table()
the option na.rm
removes only missing values in the variables used to create the
frequency table (@JuhlinF, #25).anova_test()
(@benediktclaus, #31)games_howell_test()
function : the
t-statistic is now calculated using the absolute mean
difference between groups (@GegznaV, #37).cohens_d()
function now supports Hedge’s
correction. New argument hedge.correction
added . logical
indicating whether apply the Hedges correction by multiplying the usual
value of Cohen’s d by (N-3)/(N-2.25)
(for unpaired t-test)
and by (n1-2)/(n1-1.25)
for paired t-test; where N is the
total size of the two groups being compared (N = n1 + n2) (@IndrajeetPatil, #9).cohens_d()
outputs values with
directionality. The absolute value is no longer returned. It can now be
positive or negative depending on the data (@narunpat, #9).mu
is now considered when calculating
cohens_d()
for one sample t-test (@mllewis, #22).tukey_hsd()
now handles situation where
minus -
symbols are present in factor levels (@IndrajeetPatil, #19).identify_outliers
returns a basic data frame
instead of tibble when nrow = 0 (for nice printing)detailed
added in
dunn_test()
. If TRUE, then estimate and method columns are
shown in the results.prop_test()
, pairwise_prop_test()
and
row_wise_prop_test()
. Performs one-sample and two-samples
z-test of proportions. Wrappers around the R base function
prop.test()
but have the advantage of performing pairwise
and row-wise z-test of two proportions, the post-hoc tests following a
significant chi-square test of homogeneity for 2xc and rx2 contingency
tables.fisher_test()
, pairwise_fisher_test()
and
row_wise_fisher_test()
: Fisher’s exact test for count data.
Wrappers around the R base function fisher.test()
but have
the advantage of performing pairwise and row-wise fisher tests, the
post-hoc tests following a significant chi-square test of homogeneity
for 2xc and rx2 contingency tables.chisq_test()
, pairwise_chisq_gof_test()
,
pairwise_chisq_test_against_p()
: Chi-square test for count
data.binom_test()
, pairwise_binom_test()
,
pairwise_binom_test_against_p()
and
multinom_test()
: performs exact binomial and multinomial
tests. Alternative to the chi-square test of goodness-of-fit-test when
the sample.counts_to_cases()
: converts a contingency table or a
data frame of counts into a data frame of individual observations.mcnemar_test()
and
cochran_qtest()
for comparing two ore more related
proportions.prop_trend_test()
: Performs chi-squared test for trend
in proportion. This test is also known as Cochran-Armitage trend
test.get_test_label()
and get_pwc_label()
return expression by defaultget_anova_table()
supports now an object of class
grouped_anova_test
correction = "none"
for repeated measures ANOVANAs
are now automatically removed before quantile
computation for identifying outliers (@IndrajeetPatil, #10).set_ref_level()
,
reorder_levels()
and make_valid_levels()
model
added in the function
emmeans_test()
welch_anova_test()
: Welch one-Way ANOVA
test. A wrapper around the base function
stats::oneway.test()
. This is is an alternative to the
standard one-way ANOVA in the situation where the homogeneity of
variance assumption is violated.friedman_effsize()
, computes the effect
size of Friedman test using the Kendall’s W value.friedman_test()
, provides a pipe-friendly
framework to perform a Friedman rank sum test, which is the
non-parametric alternative to the one-way repeated measures ANOVA
test.games_howell_test()
: Performs Games-Howell
test, which is used to compare all possible combinations of group
differences when the assumption of homogeneity of variances is
violated.kruskal_effsize()
for computing effect
size for Kruskal-Wallis test.p_round(), p_format(), p_mark_significant()
.wilcox_effsize()
added for computing
effect size (r) for wilcoxon test.get_anova_table()
added to extract ANOVA
table from anova_test()
results. Can apply sphericity
correction automatically in the case of within-subject (repeated
measures) designs.get_anova_label()
emmeans_test()
added for pairwise
comparisons of estimated marginal means.comparison
removed from
tukey_hsd()
results (breaking change).n
(sample count) added to statistical tests
results: t_test()
, wilcox_test()
,
sign_test()
, dunn_test()
and
kruskal_test()
(@ShixiangWang, #4).rstatix_test
class added to anova_test()
resultskruskal_test()
is now an object of class
rstatix_test
that has an attribute named
args for holding the test arguments.get_y_position()
, y positions and test data are
merged now for grouped plots.y.trans
added in
get_y_position()
for y scale transformation.tukey_hsd()
results.adjust_pvalue()
now supports grouped datadetailed
arguments correctly propagated when grouped
stats are performedget_pvalue_position
added to autocompute
p-value positions for plotting significance using ggplot2.get_comparisons()
added to create a list
of possible pairwise comparisons between groups.dunn_test()
added for multiple pairwise
comparisons following Kruskal-Wallis test.sign_test()
added.get_summary_stats()
now supports type = “min”, “max”,
“mean” or “median”t_test()
, wilcox_test()
,
dunn_test()
and sign_test()
are now an object
of class rstatix_test
that has an attribute named
args for holding the test arguments.cohens_d()
is now a data frame
containing the Cohen’s d and the magnitude.detatiled
is now passed to
compare_pairs()
.First release