Can you show full sessions with input and the output. No offense but you're notoriously bad at describing what actually occurred.
So start a fresh R session and show what worked. Then start a new fresh R session and show the thing that didn't work.
Definitely. But usually you can see that "smart" quotes are used as they look a bit different. I think in this case they probably have a function in their global namespace named "c" which only takes two arguments.
For a sample of data there is a coordinator empirical distribution. That would be "the" empirical distribution beyond discussed. It's the relevant empirical distribution.
How much stats training do you have by the way?
That's a good point. But irrelevant because I don't think OP mentioned the IV should be normally distributed. They did say something about the DV being normally distributed - which is also not an assumption. We just need the error term to be normally distributed. And by "need" what I mean is...
That just looks awful and the "What is different from other programs" section just makes it sound like the creator doesn't really understand statistics or at the very least is not good at explaining things. It sounds more like "let's try to convince people that don't know anything that we're...
Sure! Essentially just using the empirical distribution as I suggested before. I just really still don't see why without a rigorous mathematical theoretical distribution to compare against they want to do something other than compare the mean or take a percentile ranking of some sort.