[R] Permutation test, grouped data

Tom Backer Johnsen backer at psych.uib.no
Fri Nov 2 22:08:09 CET 2007

Brian S Cade wrote:
> Tom:  Paul Mielke, emeritus professor at Colorado State University, 
> probably has some of the most efficient Fortran programs for enumerating 
> all possible permutations of small sample sizes for grouped comparisons 
> and Monte Carlo random sampling of the possible permutations for larger 
> group sizes.  The Fortran source code is available off his CSU Statistics 
> Department web page.   The code is for Mielke's multiresponse permutation 
> procedures (MRPP), which includes permutation versions of ANOVA or t-tests 
> as a special case.   

But where do I find documentation for the programs?  Is that in the
Spinger book?

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