R/IERpenalties.R In APCanalysis: Analysis of Unreplicated Orthogonal Experiments using All Possible Comparisons

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IERpenalties <-
function(n, k = n - 1, m = min(n - 2, k), ier = .05, reps = 50000, rnd = 3){

n = as.numeric(n)
k = as.numeric(k)
m = as.numeric(m)
ier == as.numeric(ier)

# Checks on conditions that must be satisfied
if(!isTRUE(all.equal(n%%4,0))) stop("n must be a multiple of 4")
if(!isTRUE(all.equal(k%%1,0))) stop("k must be an integer")
if(!isTRUE(all.equal(m%%1,0))) stop("m must be an integer")
if(k > n - 1) stop("k cannot be greater than n-1")
if(k < 1) stop("k cannot be less than 1")
if(m > k) stop("m cannot be greater than k")
if(m < 1) stop("m cannot be less than 1")
if(m > (n - 2)) stop("m cannot be greater than n-2")
if(ier <= 0) stop("IER must be greater than 0")
if(ier >= 1) stop("IER must be less than 1")
if((k - m + 1) * ier >= 1)  stop("(k-m+1)*ier must be less than 1")

# Algorythm callculates differences between penalties
# starting with diff(m-1) = pen(m) - pen(m-1)
cs <- NULL
startj <- m - 1

# The value of diff(m-1) can be calculated analytically under the condition being tested.
if(qf((1 - ier), 1, (n - 1 - m)) > n - 1 - m){
cs <- log(qf((1 - ier), 1,(n - 1 - m)) / (n - 1 - m) + 1)
startj <- m - 2
}

# Stop if m=1 and diff(0) was calculated above.
if(startj < 0){
cs <- round(c(0, cs), rnd)
return(cs)
}

# Loop that estimates diff(j) for j = starj, startj-1, ... 1, 0.
# Estimate of diff(j) is based on assuming j large active effects.
for(j in startj:0){
# Create matrix of squared random N(0,1) observations.
# Number of columns is n-1-j which equals inactive columns (k-j) plus unused columns (n-1-k).
sqres <- matrix(rnorm(reps * (n - 1 - j)) ^ 2, reps, n - 1 - j)

# If there is more than one inactive column (k!=j+1) then sort entries for inactive columns.
# Inactive  columns are the last (k-j) columns.

if((n - k) != (n - 1 - j)) sqres[ , (n - k):(n - 1 - j)] <- t(apply(sqres[ , (n - k):(n - 1 - j)], 1, sort))

# Find RSS for models containing just the j active effects, the j-effect model + 1, ... the j-effect model + m-j.

lRSS <- log(apply(sqres, 1, cumsum)[(n - m - 1):(n - 1 - j), ])

# If d1==2 then m = j+1. In this case at most one variable is being added.
# The differences in log(RSS) are found and the relevant quantile taken to estimate diff(j).

if(d1 == 2){
out <- lRSS[2, ] - lRSS[1, ]
cs <- as.numeric(quantile(out, 1 - ier * (k - j)))
}

# If m> j+1 then the maximum number of additional variables is >=2.
# The models that add >=1 variable are compared and the one that will minimize
# APC* identified. For this model the difference in log(RSS) between this
# this model and the j-variable model plus its current penalty is recorded in out
# and the number of additional variables in wts. The number of allowable errors are
# calculated (toterrs) and the value of diff(j) that allows this to be achieved
# is estimated (newc) and the current list of penalties is updated.

if(d1 > 2){
out <- lRSS[d1, ]- apply((lRSS[-d1, ]+c(cs, 0)), 2, min)
wts <- d1 - apply((lRSS[-d1, ] + c(cs, 0)), 2, order)[1, ]
ord <- order(out, decreasing = TRUE)
oout <- out[ord]
owts <- cumsum(wts[ord])
toterrs <- reps * ier * (k - j)
newc <- min(oout[owts <= toterrs])
cs <- c(cs + newc, newc)
}
}

# The set of estimated penalties is returned.

cs <- round(c(0, cs[length(cs):1]), rnd)
attributes(cs) <- NULL
return(cs)
}

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