Behavior Research Methods, Instruments & Computers vol:27 issue:3 pages:408-411
Chen and Dunlap (1993) added to the growing list of papers promoting the use of randomization tests in statistical testing. Their particular contribution was an SAS program that could bring computation of these tests to a wider audience. The present paper points to several problems with the presentation of Chen and Dunlap and provides solutions to these problems. It is concluded that randomization tests deserve more attention, but that they are best computed by programs written in a dow-level programming language or, if using SAS on a mainframe, by using the MULTTEST procedure.