Finds, if it exists, the shortest interval that satisfies P(TransitionRangeInf < Phase1Max < Phase2Min < TransitionRangeSup | M) = level
MultiPhasesTransition( data, position_minimum, position_maximum = position_minimum + 1, level = 0.95 )
Data frame containing the output of the MCMC algorithm.
Numeric vector containing the column number corresponding to the minimum of the events included in each group.
Numeric vector containing the column number corresponding to the end of the groups set in the same order as in codeposition_minimum.
Probability corresponding to the level of confidence.
MultiPhasesTransition() computes the transition interval
for the phase defined by its minimum
position_maximum[i]. The default value of
position_maximum corresponds to CSV files exported from
A matrix of values containing the level of confidence and the endpoints of the transition interval for each pair of successive groups. The result is given in calendar years (BC/AD).
Anne Philippe, Anne.Philippe@univ-nantes.fr and
Marie-Anne Vibet, Marie-Anne.Vibet@univ-nantes.fr
# Data extracted from ChronoModel software data(Phases) # List of the name of the groups names(Phases) # Stipulating position_maximum MultiPhasesTransition(Phases, position_minimum = c(4, 2), position_maximum = c(5, 3)) # In this case, equivalent to MultiPhasesTransition(Phases, position_minimum = c(4, 2))
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