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Binnor: an \(\mathcal R\) package for concurrent generation of binary and normal data. (English) Zbl 1291.62077
Summary: This article describes the R package BinNor, which is designed for generating multiple binary and normal variables simultaneously given marginal characteristics and association structure via combining well-established results from the random number generation literature, based on the methodology proposed by Demirtas and Doganay.

62F40 Bootstrap, jackknife and other resampling methods
62P10 Applications of statistics to biology and medical sciences; meta analysis
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