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Does any body know of a Java implementation of McNemar's Test?

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I do not know such a library, but the statistics part of the apache commons math library (written in java) provides a series of distributions, including chi2. Since the McNemar's Test does not seem to be thaaat complicated, you may figure an implementation out on your own.

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I found this on Google:
http://www.jsc.nildram.co.uk/api/jsc/contingencytables/McNemarTest.html
Does it do anything for you? McNemar's Test is implemented in the Java Statistical Classes Library, specifically in jsc.contingencytables.

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(+1): Unfortunately this seems to be an orphaned project. – steffen Mar 12 '11 at 6:41

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