R/GetAllPossibleRoundingCombinations.r

Defines functions GetAllPossibleRoundingCombinations

Documented in GetAllPossibleRoundingCombinations

#' @title get score for numbers of correct and incorrect predictions
#' @description
#' Returns all possible rounding combinations of a 2x2 table. 
#' Given the values of n++, n+-, n-+ and n-- (stored in twoByTwoContingencyTable) this function will
#' compute all possibilities of rounding each value up or down. 
#' 
#' @param twoByTwoContingencyTable    Approximate values of n++, n+-, n-+ and n--, these values are
#' calculated to optimise the D-value (see page 6 of Assessing
#' statistical significance of causal graphs)
#' @return a matrix of rounding combinations

GetAllPossibleRoundingCombinations <- function(twoByTwoContingencyTable) {
    # Given the values of n++, n+-, n-+ and n-- (stored in twoByTwoContingencyTable) this function will compute all possibilities of rounding each value
    # up or down.  Inputs: twoByTwoContingencyTable Approximate values of n++, n+-, n-+ and n--, these values are calculated to optimise the D-value
    # (see page 6 of Assessing statistical significance of causal graphs)
    
    
    f_n_pp <- floor(twoByTwoContingencyTable[1])
    f_n_pm <- floor(twoByTwoContingencyTable[2])
    f_n_mp <- floor(twoByTwoContingencyTable[3])
    f_n_mm <- floor(twoByTwoContingencyTable[4])
    
    c_n_pp <- ceiling(twoByTwoContingencyTable[1])
    c_n_pm <- ceiling(twoByTwoContingencyTable[2])
    c_n_mp <- ceiling(twoByTwoContingencyTable[3])
    c_n_mm <- ceiling(twoByTwoContingencyTable[4])
    
    roundingCombinations <- matrix(c(f_n_pp, f_n_pm, f_n_mp, f_n_mm, f_n_pp, f_n_pm, f_n_mp, c_n_mm, f_n_pp, f_n_pm, c_n_mp, f_n_mm, f_n_pp, f_n_pm, 
        c_n_mp, c_n_mm, f_n_pp, c_n_pm, f_n_mp, f_n_mm, f_n_pp, c_n_pm, f_n_mp, c_n_mm, f_n_pp, c_n_pm, c_n_mp, f_n_mm, f_n_pp, c_n_pm, c_n_mp, c_n_mm, 
        c_n_pp, f_n_pm, f_n_mp, f_n_mm, c_n_pp, f_n_pm, f_n_mp, c_n_mm, c_n_pp, f_n_pm, c_n_mp, f_n_mm, c_n_pp, f_n_pm, c_n_mp, c_n_mm, c_n_pp, c_n_pm, 
        f_n_mp, f_n_mm, c_n_pp, c_n_pm, f_n_mp, c_n_mm, c_n_pp, c_n_pm, c_n_mp, f_n_mm, c_n_pp, c_n_pm, c_n_mp, c_n_mm), ncol = 4, byrow = TRUE)
    
    
    # If any of the input values are integers then there will be duplicates in the list Remove the duplicates
    keep = array(TRUE, 16)
    if (f_n_pp == c_n_pp) {
        keep[9:16] <- FALSE
    }
    if (f_n_pm == c_n_pm) {
        keep[c(5:8, 13:16)] <- FALSE
    }
    if (f_n_mp == c_n_mp) {
        keep[c(3:4, 7:8, 11:12, 15:16)] <- FALSE
    }
    if (f_n_mm == c_n_mm) {
        keep[c(2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16)] <- FALSE
    }
    
    return(roundingCombinations[keep, ])
} 

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