Friday, 15 November 2013

Barnard's Test Calculator

This blog post implements an online Barnard's Test Calculator on a 2 by 2 contingency table for a two-sided test. Barnard's test is computationally intensive, and is not as widely used as Fisher's Exact test. However, many statisticians argue (with reasonable justification) that it is a more powerful test especially for the 2 $\times$ 2 contingency table scenario.

Please fill in the four text areas with integers greater than or equal to zero, but less than or equal to 100 (for computational reasons).

Outcome 1: Outcome 2:
Category 1:

Row Sum 1

Category 2:

Row Sum 2

Column Sum 1

Column Sum 2

Total





Results pending...

1 comment:

  1. Hello. It appears that your calculator is entering rows and columns incorrectly. Suppose that I have 20 controls and 20 treated animals. The controls have 13 deaths and 7 survivors. The treated animals have 8 deaths and 12 survivors. I entered this data into SAS and got a p-value for Barnard's of 0.1539 versus your calculator's value of 0.1223. Next I flipped rows and columns, so there are 21 controls (13 deaths and 8 survivors) and 19 treated (7 deaths and 12 survivors). SAS yields a p-value of 0.1254 and your calculator yields 0.1254. If you send me your email, I can send you the SAS output.

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