I am using parametric models to calculate some reliability items. The question is how to perform the adherence tests (Kolmogorov-Smirnov-KS Test and Chi-square-χ2). I tried using the function ks.tes (ex: ks.test (file $ tempo, "pweibull", shape = range, scale = alfa_wei)) and “chisq.test” (ex: chisq.test (rlnorm (n, mean = Y, sd = sy)). However the p-value is not correct, but in the ks test the statistics are correct (D). How do I perform these tests on R for reliability data?
To complement the question follows an example:
The data used were:
Tempo: 794, 676, 573, 484, 406, 339, 282, 233, 191, 156, 126, 102, 81, 64
gama = 1.476715
One-sample Kolmogorov-Smirnov test
D = 0.10253, p-value = 0.995
alternative hypothesis: two-sided
The correct result of the p-value should be:
D = 0,1006, p-value = 0,386
For the chi square test I tried to use the chisq.test function, however I was unsuccessful.