There is a bug in calculation of critical value for Wilcoxon-T test.
λ wilcoxonMatchedPairCriticalValue 35 0.05
λ wilcoxonMatchedPairCriticalValue 36 0.05
Just 2147483647 -- Which equal to Just (2^31-1)
It looks like at some point integer overflow occurs.
Also it cannot handle samples larger than 1023 at all since it uses 2**sampleSize in calculation of critical value which overflows to +∞ for sampleSize > 1023
Test probably should fall back to normal approximation at some point.
Indeed on 64-bit machine critical point is at N=67
Use of Integers solves problem with integer overflows (commit e04da30) but wilcoxonMatchedPairCriticalValue should revert to normal approximation at some point because of double overflow and since algorithm is really slow for large N.
Call error if critical value couldn't be calculated.
(related to bug #18)
Use normal approximarion for calculation of critical value and signif…
fixed in 755a825
If this is fixed, has it not been released? The warning is still in haddocks: https://hackage.haskell.org/package/statistics-0.13.2.3/docs/Statistics-Test-WilcoxonT.html