[R] Interpretation of EXACT Statistical Test in finding the probability as Std. Deviations (SumP)

DaveFrisch davefrisch at yahoo.com
Thu Jul 10 22:43:12 CEST 2008

Okay, so I'm fairly retarded, and asked a question about finding the T-Value
in the Fisher Exact method.  I suppose what I'm truly after can best be
explained by the Biddle Consulting site that has a program setup to deal
with this kind of thing.  Unfortunately, it is not currently functioning,
and has not been for some time.  As a result, I'm trying to figure out how
to do this on my own.

What I'm after is the "Probability as Std. Deviations (SumP)" which can be
seen here; 

I appreciate the time everyone took in getting me straightened out on my
previous question.  Hopefully I've provided a somewhat more meaningful
scenario here.
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