getStageResults {rpact}R Documentation

Get Stage Results

Description

Returns summary statistics and p-values for a given data set and a given design.

Usage

getStageResults(design, dataInput, ...)

Arguments

design

The trial design.

dataInput

The summary data used for calculating the test results. This is either an element of DatasetMeans, of DatasetRates, or of DatasetSurvival. See getDataset.

...

Further (optional) arguments to be passed:

stage

The stage number (optional). Default: total number of existing stages in the data input.

thetaH0

The null hypothesis value, default is 0 for the normal and the binary case, it is 1 for the survival case. For testing a rate in one sample, a value thetaH0 in (0, 1) has to be specified for defining the null hypothesis H0: pi = thetaH0.
For noninferiority designs, this is the noninferiority bound.

thetaH1 and assumedStDev or pi1, pi2

The assumed effect size or assumed rates to calculate the conditional power. Depending on the type of dataset, either thetaH1 (means and survival) or pi1, pi2 (rates) can be specified. Additionally, if testing means is specified, an assumed standard deviation can be specified, default is 1.

normalApproximation

The type of computation of the p-values. Default is FALSE for testing means (i.e., the t test is used) and TRUE for testing rates and the hazard ratio. For testing rates, if
normalApproximation = FALSE is specified, the binomial test (one sample) or the test of Fisher (two samples) is used for calculating the p-values. In the survival setting,
normalApproximation = FALSE has no effect.

equalVariances

The type of t test. For testing means in two treatment groups, either the t test assuming that the variances are equal or the t test without assuming this, i.e., the test of Welch-Satterthwaite is calculated, default is equalVariances = TRUE.

directionUpper

The direction of one-sided testing. Default is directionUpper = TRUE which means that larger values of the test statistics yield smaller p-values.

Details

Calculates and returns the stage results of the specified design and data input at the specified stage.

Value

Returns a StageResults object.

Examples

design <- getDesignInverseNormal()
dataRates <- getDataset(
    n1 = c(10,10),
    n2 = c(20,20),
    events1 = c(8,10),
    events2 = c(10,16))

getStageResults(design, dataRates)

# produces:
#
# Stage results of rates:
#   Stages                     : 1, 2, 3 
#   Overall test statistics    : 1.581, 2.064, NA 
#   Overall p-values           : 0.05692, 0.01949, NA 
#   Overall events (1)         : 8, 18 
#   Overall events (2)         : 10, 26 
#   Overall sample sizes (1)   : 10, 20 
#   Overall sample sizes (2)   : 20, 40 
#   Test statistics            : 1.581, 1.519, NA 
#   p-values                   : 0.05692, 0.06437, NA 
#   Effect sizes               : 0.30, 0.25, NA 
#   Inverse Normal Combination : 1.581, 2.192, NA 
#   Weights Inverse Normal     : 0.577, 0.577, 0.577 
#   Theta H0                   : 0 
#   Direction                  : upper 
#   Normal approximation       : TRUE 


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