The equivalence of the mid p-value and the expected p-value for testing equality of two balanced binomial proportions

  • Yang M
  • Lee D
  • Hwang J
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Abstract

This paper considers the problem of testing equality between two independent binomial proportions. Hwang and Yang (Statist. Sinica 11 (2001) 807) apply the Neyman-Pearson fundamental lemma and the estimated truth approach to derive optimal procedures, named expected p-values. This p-value has been shown to be identical to the mid p-value in Lancaster (J. Amer. Statist. Assoc. (1961) 223) for the one-sided test. For the two-sided test, the paper proves the usual two-sided mid p-value is identical to the expected p-value in the balanced sample case. © 2003 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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  • Binomial proportions
  • Estimated truth approach
  • Expected p-values
  • Mid p-values

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Authors

  • Ming Chung Yang

  • Ding Wen Lee

  • J. T.Gene Hwang

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