
Parametric
tests included in version 3.0.
The sample size calculation can be performed for testing a onesided (superiority, noninferiority), twosided (difference),
or two onesided (quivalence) hypothesis. For each test, different options are available for the parameters
used in the calculations.



 Student's
ttest
 ANOVA
 Oneway
 Twoway
 Threeway
 Single
Latin Square
 Replicated
Latin Squares
 Replicated
Latin Squares (block factor)
 Randomised
Blocks, one factor
 Randomised
Blocks, two factors
 ANOVA Repeated
Measures
 One
within factor
 One
within, one between factor
 MANOVA Hotelling's
T2
 MANOVA Repeated
Measures
 One
within factor
 One
within, one between factor
 ANCOVA
 McNemar's
test
 Paired
Proportions test
 StuartMaxwell
test
 Fisher's
exact test
 Chisquare
test
 1
x C table, Goodness of Fit
 R
x C table, Two Proportions
 R
x C table, Homogeneity
 R
x C table, Independence

 MantelHaenszel
test
 CochranArmitage
Trend test
 Exponential
Survival (MLE)
 Hazard
Difference test (LachinFoulkes)
 Hazard
Ratio test (GeorgeDesu)
 Hazard
Ratio test (Rubenstein et.al.)
 Linear Regression
 Logistic
Regression
 Continuous
covariate
 Binary
covariate
 Poisson
Regression
 Continuous
covariate
 Binary
covariate
 Pearson
Correlation test
 Twoway
CrossOver Design
 Additive
Model
 Multiplicative
Model
 General
CrossOver Design
 Additive
Model
 Multiplicative
Model

Goodness
of Fit test
 Chisquare
test
 KolmogorovSmirnov
test
