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Calculates canberra stability between two ranked lists. In brief, the raw canberra distance is scaled to a [0,1] distribution by the maximum canberra metric. Lastly, this value is subtracted from 1 to provide the same interpretation as the other stability metrics whereby 1 is identical and 0 is no stability.
numeric vector of ranks
numeric vector of ranks with compatible length to x
Returns the canberra stability for the two vectors
Charles E. Determan Jr.
Jurman G., Merler S., Barla A., Paoli S., Galea A., & Furlanello C. (2008) Algebraic stability indicators for ranked lists in molecular profiling. Bioinformatics 24(2): 258-264.
He. Z. & Weichuan Y. (2010) Stable feature selection for biomarker discovery. Computational Biology and Chemistry 34 215-225.
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# Canberra demo v1 <- seq(10) v2 <- sample(v1, 10) canberra(v1, v2) canberra_stability(v1, v2)
 2.752969  0.3943468
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