Hi all,

Does anyone know a convenient way to obtain the posterior predictive p-value and have it printed along with the ppc_stat plot?

Thanks in advance,

David

Hi all,

Does anyone know a convenient way to obtain the posterior predictive p-value and have it printed along with the ppc_stat plot?

Thanks in advance,

David

Hey David,

Here’s an example using `stat=median`

but you can do the same with any stat:

```
library(bayesplot)
library(ggplot2)
# just using example objects that come with bayesplot
y <- example_y_data()
yrep <- example_yrep_draws()
# using stat=median but doesn't matter which stat
plot <- ppc_stat(y, yrep, stat = "median")
# calculate proportion of stat(yrep) > stat(y)
p <- mean(apply(yrep, 1, median) > median(y))
plot +
yaxis_text() + # just so I can see y-axis values for specifying them in annotate() below, but can remove this if you don't want the useless y-axis values displayed
annotate("text", x = 89, y = 40, label = paste("p =", p))
```

Here’s the plot this creates:

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Perfect. Thanks!