Hi Phil,
Congrats on the R package and for helping make others aware of the need for
said KS correction! Nice work.
I'm sure you're already aware of this, but just in case, and for
clarification,... Lilliefors' Kolmogorov-Smirnoff test is already
implemented in the 'lillie.test' function of the

Thanks Justin. As far as I know, lillie.test() only works on the normal
distribution, which limits its use for other distributions (like exponential,
gamma, uniform, etc.) If I recall correctly, lillie.test() also uses an
analytical approximation to calculate p-values, whereas ours uses Monte

An improved version of this type of correction (the delta-corrected K-S test
for an intrinsic null hypothesis) is discussed in the text Biometry (Sokal and
Rohlf, 4th ed. 2012) and a table Y is also provided for this test. It should
be more widely known and appreciated.

Whoops, I meant the 'KScorrect' package. LcKS() is the primary function in it,
not the package name.
Phil
On 1/31/2019 11:53 AM, Novack-Gottshall, Philip M. wrote:
Thanks, Justin! I've checked out whichever help docs I can find, but I've
discovered that sometimes a particular "correct" is not

Hi all,
Apologies for cross-posting, but I'm not sure where this best lands.
I'm trying to find people who have access to (preferably some experience
with) any of the following statistical software programs:
-MiniTab
-SAS
-SPSS
-S-Plus
-STATA
-SYSTAT
If you do, might you contact me off-list ?

Dear Phil,
SAS has excellent support and documentation. Just go to their website at
https://support.sas.com/en/documentation.html, type in a search query for
the statistical test of interest, and you'll get links to the appropriate
section of the SAS/STAT 14.3 User's Guide. Detailed information

Thanks, Justin! I've checked out whichever help docs I can find, but I've
discovered that sometimes a particular "correct" is not always mentioned, even
when used in the software.
The reason I'm checking is that I'm a co-author on an R package (LcKS) that
implements the Lilliefors correction