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MultiPhasesTransition | R Documentation |

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` |
Data frame containing the output of the MCMC algorithm. |

`position_minimum` |
Numeric vector containing the column number corresponding to the minimum of the events included in each group. |

`position_maximum` |
Numeric vector containing the column number corresponding to the end of the groups set in the same order as in codeposition_minimum. |

`level` |
Probability corresponding to the level of confidence. |

For each `i`

, `MultiPhasesTransition()`

computes the transition interval
for the phase defined by its minimum `position_minimum[i]`

and
its maximum `position_maximum[i]`

. The default value of
`position_maximum`

corresponds to CSV files exported from
ChronoModel software.

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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