Randomization Inference is a non-parametric method for calculating p-values for hypothesis tests. This post provides a simple example to show how to do RI in R.

Introduction Suppose you are a concerned citizen who would like to know how voters in a state voted. Perhaps you are a voter in a state with rampant corruption or perhaps you are a voter in a state that does not have paper backups for voting machines. Perhaps you are just masochistic enough to be interested in pulling tables out of reasonably well formed pdfs. The following is a code example for the last one.

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