JASP for Audit is an officially supported add-on module for JASP (www.jasp-stats.org) that offers frequentist and Bayesian data analysis methods for auditing purposes.
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JASP for Audit (JfA)

JASP for Audit (JfA) is an officially supported add-on module for JASP (www.jasp-stats.org) that is created for statistical auditing. The module includes procedures and analyses that can be used in daily auditing tasks and eliminates the difficulties that arise from programming statistical analyses and correctly interpreting their results. The module provides a guided workflow for performing a full (Classical or Bayesian) audit. It also features methods for exploring planning, sampling and evaluation in an audit using raw data or summary statistics.

Note: The required version of JASP (0.9.3) is not released yet, which means that the dynamic module functionality is not supported.

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How to install JfA

To install JfA in the base version of JASP, simply click the + icon on the right side and go to "Add Dynamic Module".

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The Audit module should be visible in the folder where you downloaded it. Simply click the module and after that click "Install".

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This will install the Audit module into JASP, and it can be accessed by clicking its name.

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You now have access to all that JfA has to offer, including methods to plan, perform and evaluate an audit. Click one of the icons in the tabbar to select an analysis. JfA provides the auditor with a workflow for performing the full statistical process of substantive testing.

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Currently implemented in JfA is:

Planning Sampling Evaluation
Hypergeometric distribution Simple random sampling Attributes bound
Binomial distribution Systematic sampling Bayesian attributes bound
Beta distribution Cell sampling Stringer bound
Beta-binomial distribution Cox and Snell bound