The surprisal value (Greenland 2019) is the pvalue expressed in terms of how many consecutive heads would have to be thrown on a fair coin in a single attempt to achieve the same probability.

`svalue(x, threshold = 0, na_rm = FALSE)`

x | A numeric object of MCMC values. |
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threshold | A number of the threshold value. |

na_rm | A flag specifying whether to remove missing values. |

A non-negative number.

Greenland, S. 2019. Valid P -Values Behave Exactly as They Should: Some Misleading Criticisms of P -Values and Their Resolution With S -Values. The American Statistician 73(sup1): 106–114. doi: 10.1080/00031305.2018.1529625 .

Other summary:
`kurtosis()`

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`lower()`

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`pvalue()`

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`pzeros()`

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`skewness()`

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`upper()`

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`variance()`

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`xtr_mean()`

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`xtr_median()`

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`xtr_sd()`

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`zeros()`

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`zscore()`

```
svalue(as.numeric(0:100))
#> [1] 5.672425
```