Some tests for detecting trends based on the modified Baumgartner–Weiß–Schindler statistics
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- Markus Neuhäuser, 2005. "Exact tests based on the Baumgartner-Weiß-Schindler statistic—A survey," Statistical Papers, Springer, vol. 46(1), pages 1-29, January.
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KeywordsBaumgartner–Weiß–Schindler test; Exact Tests; E+Mp-value; Test for trend; Unconditional test;
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