BayesTreePriorOrthogonal: Simulation of the tree prior in the case where we have one...

Description Usage Arguments Value See Also Examples

View source: R/BayesTreePrior.R

Description

Generate n_{iter} trees from the prior distribution in the case where we have one variable with a finite number of observations (Case #3).

Usage

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BayesTreePriorOrthogonal(alpha, beta, n_obs, n_iter = 500)

Arguments

alpha

base parameter of the tree prior, α \in [0,1).

beta

power parameter of the tree prior, beta ≥q 0.

n_obs

number of unique observations, n_{obs}>1.

n_iter

number of trees to generate, n_{iter}>0.

Value

Returns a list containing, in the following order: the mean number of bottom nodes, the standard deviation of the number of bottom nodes, the mean of the depth, the standard deviation of the depth and a data.frame of vectors (b_i,d_i), where b_i is the number of bottom nodes and d_i is the depth of the ith generated tree (i=1, … ,n_{iter}).

See Also

BayesTreePriorOrthogonalInf, BayesTreePriorNotOrthogonal

Examples

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results1 = BayesTreePriorOrthogonal(.95,.5, 100)
results2 = BayesTreePriorOrthogonal(.95,.5, 250)

BayesTreePrior documentation built on May 29, 2017, 5:40 p.m.