stdlib-js / stats-pcorrtest
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var setReadOnly = require( '@stdlib/utils-define-read-only-property' );
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var quantileFactory = require( '@stdlib/stats-base-dists-normal-quantile' ).factory;
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var cdfFactory = require( '@stdlib/stats-base-dists-normal-cdf' ).factory;
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var format = require( '@stdlib/string-format' );
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var atanh = require( '@stdlib/math-base-special-atanh' );
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var tanh = require( '@stdlib/math-base-special-tanh' );
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var tCDF = require( '@stdlib/stats-base-dists-t-cdf' );
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	var z;
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	if ( !isTypedArrayLike( x ) && !isNumberArray( x ) ) {
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		throw new TypeError( 'invalid argument. First argument `x` must be a numeric array. Value: `' + x + '`.' );
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		throw new TypeError( format( 'invalid argument. First argument `x` must be a numeric array. Value: `%s`.', x ) );
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	}
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	if ( !isTypedArrayLike( y ) && !isNumberArray( y ) ) {
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		throw new TypeError( 'invalid argument. Second argument `y` must be a numeric array. Value: `' + y + '`.' );
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		throw new TypeError( format( 'invalid argument. Second argument `y` must be a numeric array. Value: `%s`.', y ) );
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	}
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	n = x.length;
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	if ( n !== y.length ) {

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var isnan = require( '@stdlib/assert-is-nan' );
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var indexOf = require( '@stdlib/utils-index-of' );
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var hasOwnProp = require( '@stdlib/assert-has-own-property' );
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var format = require( '@stdlib/string-format' );
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// VARIABLES //
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function validate( opts, options ) {
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	if ( !isObject( options ) ) {
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		return new TypeError( 'invalid argument. Options argument must be an object. Value: `' + options + '`.' );
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		return new TypeError( format( 'invalid argument. Options argument must be an object. Value: `%s`.', options ) );
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	}
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	if ( hasOwnProp( options, 'alpha' ) ) {
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		opts.alpha = options.alpha;
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			opts.alpha < 0.0 ||
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			opts.alpha > 1.0
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		) {
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			return new TypeError( 'invalid option. `alpha` option must be a number in `[0,1]`. Option: `' + opts.alpha + '`.' );
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			return new TypeError( format( 'invalid option. `%s` option must be a number in `[0,1]`. Option: `%s`.', 'alpha', opts.alpha ) );
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		}
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	}
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	if ( hasOwnProp( options, 'alternative' ) ) {
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		opts.alternative = options.alternative;
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		if ( indexOf( alternative, opts.alternative ) === -1 ) {
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			return new TypeError( 'invalid option. `alternative` option must be one of the following: "' + alternative.join( '", "' ) + '". Option: `' + opts.alternative + '`.' );
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			return new TypeError( format( 'invalid option. `%s` option must be one of the following: "%s". Option: `%s`.', 'alternative',  alternative.join( '", "' ), opts.alternative ) );
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		}
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	}
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	if ( hasOwnProp( options, 'rho' ) ) {
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			opts.rho < -1.0 ||
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			opts.rho > 1.0
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		) {
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			return new TypeError( 'invalid option. `rho` option must be a number in [-1,1]. Option: `' + opts.rho + '`.' );
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			return new TypeError( format( 'invalid option. `%s` option must be a number in [-1,1]. Option: `%s`.', 'rho', opts.rho ) );
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		}
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	}
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	return null;
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