[R] What's the T-Value in fisher.test

ctu at bigred.unl.edu ctu at bigred.unl.edu
Thu Jul 10 19:39:58 CEST 2008

Hi Dave,
As I know there is no T value for Fisher's exact test (no matter you  
use SAS, R or other packages)

Fisher's exact test is for the categorical data analysis.
Fisher's exact test for testing the null of independence of rows and  
columns in a contingency table with fixed marginals
so your result is fail to reject the independence.

(If I am wrong please correct me)
Hope this helps.

Chunhao Tu

Quoting DaveFrisch <davefrisch at yahoo.com>:

> I do not understand how to interpret this to find the T Value for the data.
> Is there a way to figure this out, or another function that will provide
> this for me using Fisher's Exact Test?
> The outcome of my data is listed below.
> data:  DATA
> p-value = 0.1698
> alternative hypothesis: true odds ratio is not equal to 1
> 95 percent confidence interval:
>   0.6026805   79.8309210
> sample estimates:
> odds ratio
>   5.430473
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