|Date: ||Fri, 26 May 2006 05:59:49 -0400|
|Reply-To: ||Jim Groeneveld <jim2stat@YAHOO.CO.UK>|
|Sender: ||"SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>|
|From: ||Jim Groeneveld <jim2stat@YAHOO.CO.UK>|
|Subject: ||Re: proc npar1way, KS, KSa, D, P-Value|
Hi Lu Consulting,
I would like to know who I am talking to, unless you have a good reason to
remain anonymous. Can you tell us who you are or why you post anonymously?
If it is your anti-spam measure you do not need to post your email address,
but give at least your real name, (possibly company,) city and country in
your mail body.
To answer your Q: from the SAS docs I understand it is the p-value
associated with KSa, which is equal to the p-value associated with D in case
of two samples.
See your SAS docs, especially stat_ug_7313.pdf, obtainable from sas.com .
Regards - Jim.
Jim Groeneveld, Netherlands
Statistician, SAS consultant
On Fri, 26 May 2006 01:37:05 -0700, Nobody <lu_consulting1993@YAHOO.COM> wrote:
>There is a p-value from proc npar1way (K-S statistics). Is it
>associated with KS, KSa, or D when there are 2 classes?