tests/testthat/test-assignment.R

context("Assignment and probability functions")

test_that("use of randomizr works", {
  
  design <- declare_model(
    classrooms = add_level(10),
    individuals = add_level(20, female = rbinom(N, 1, 0.5))
  ) + NULL
  
  dat <- draw_data(design)
  
  assgn1 <- declare_assignment(Z = complete_ra(N = N, m = 10))
  
  expect_equal(sum(assgn1(dat)$Z), 10)
  
})


test_that("legacy warnings", {
  expect_error(declare_assignment(m = 50), "Z = conduct_ra\\(N = N, m = 50\\)")
  expect_error(declare_assignment(m = 50, assignment_variable = "D"), "D = conduct_ra\\(N = N, m = 50\\)")
  expect_silent(declare_assignment(Z = complete_ra(N = N, m = 20)))
})



test_that("no assignment arguments", {
  

des1 <- declare_model(N = 10) + declare_assignment(legacy = FALSE)
des2 <- declare_model(N = 10) + declare_assignment(legacy = TRUE)

expect_equal(dim(draw_data(des1)), c(10, 1))
expect_equal(dim(draw_data(des2)), c(10, 3))
})

context("Assignment and probability functions")

test_that("randomizr works through declare_assignment", {
  df <- data.frame(ID = 1:10, blocks = rep(c("A", "B"), 5, 5))
  
  f_1 <- declare_assignment(legacy = TRUE)
  expect_equal(sum(f_1(df)$Z), 5)
  
  f_1 <- declare_assignment(m = 5, legacy = TRUE)
  expect_equal(sum(f_1(df)$Z), 5)
  
  f_1 <- declare_assignment(num_arms = 2, legacy = TRUE)
  expect_equal(sum(f_1(df)$Z == "T1"), 5)
  
  f_1 <- declare_assignment(num_arms = 3, legacy = TRUE)
  expect_true(all(table(f_1(df)$Z) >= 3))
  
  f_1 <- declare_assignment(blocks = blocks, legacy = TRUE)
  expect_true(all.equal(
    unclass(xtabs(~blocks + Z, f_1(df))),
    matrix(c(3, 2, 3, 2), 2, 2), # slight bug in the blocks above with rep(AB,5,5) => ABABA x 2
    check.attributes = FALSE
  ))
  
  
  # what about inside a function?
  
  new_fun <- function(num_arms) {
    f_1 <- declare_assignment(num_arms = num_arms, legacy = TRUE)
    f_1(df)
  }
  new_fun(3)
})




test_that("test assignment and probability functions", {
  
  # here we want at least one of each ideo st there aren't random failures in assn 9
  draw_ideo <- function(N) {
    x <- c("Liberal", "Moderate", "Conservative")
    x <- c(x, sample(x, size=N-3, prob=c(.2,.3,.5), replace=TRUE))
    sample(x)
  }
  
  population <- declare_model(
    villages = add_level(
      N = 100, elevation = rnorm(N),
      high_elevation = as.numeric(elevation > 0)
    ),
    individuals = add_level(N = 10, noise = rnorm(N)),
    individuals = modify_level(ideo_3 = draw_ideo(N), by = "villages")
  )
  
  sampling <- declare_sampling(n = 10, clusters = villages, legacy = TRUE)
  
  potential_outcomes <- declare_potential_outcomes(
    formula = Y ~ 5 + .5 * (Z == 1) + .9 * (Z == 2) + .2 * Z * elevation + noise,
    conditions = c(0, 1, 2),
    assignment_variable = "Z"
  )
  
  
  
  smp_draw <- population() %>% sampling() %>% potential_outcomes()
  
  #  population() %>% sampling() %>% potential_outcomes()
  
  expect_assignment <- function(assn) {
    df <- assn(smp_draw)
    expect_true("Z_cond_prob" %in% names(df))
  }
  
  
  # Complete Random Assignment assignments
  assignment_0 <- declare_assignment(legacy = TRUE) %>% expect_assignment() # blug
  assignment_1 <- declare_assignment(legacy = TRUE, conditions = c(0, 1)) %>% expect_assignment()
  assignment_2 <- declare_assignment(legacy = TRUE, m = 60, conditions = c(0, 1)) %>% expect_assignment()
  assignment_3 <- declare_assignment(legacy = TRUE, m_each = c(20, 30, 50)) %>% expect_assignment()
  assignment_4 <- declare_assignment(legacy = TRUE, m_each = c(20, 80), conditions = c(0, 1)) %>% expect_assignment()
  assignment_5 <- declare_assignment(legacy = TRUE, prob_each = c(.2, .3, .5)) %>% expect_assignment()
  
  # Blocked assignments
  assignment_6 <- declare_assignment(legacy = TRUE, blocks = ideo_3) %>% expect_assignment()
  assignment_7 <- declare_assignment(legacy = TRUE, blocks = ideo_3, prob_each = c(.3, .6, .1)) %>% expect_assignment()
  assignment_8 <- declare_assignment(legacy = TRUE, blocks = ideo_3, conditions = c(0, 1)) %>% expect_assignment()
  
  assignment_9 <- declare_assignment(
    blocks = ideo_3,
    conditions = c(0, 1),
    block_m = c(10, 10, 10),
    legacy = TRUE
  ) %>% expect_assignment()
  
  
  # Clustered assignments
  assignment_10 <- declare_assignment(legacy = TRUE, clusters = villages) %>% expect_assignment()
  assignment_11 <- declare_assignment(legacy = TRUE, clusters = villages, conditions = c(0, 1)) %>% expect_assignment()
  assignment_12 <- declare_assignment(legacy = TRUE, clusters = villages, prob_each = c(.1, .3, .6)) %>% expect_assignment()
  
  # Blocked and Clustered assignments
  assignment_13 <- declare_assignment(
    clusters = villages,
    blocks = high_elevation,
    legacy = TRUE
  ) %>% expect_assignment()
  
  assignment_14 <- declare_assignment(
    clusters = villages,
    blocks = high_elevation, conditions = c(0, 1),
    legacy = TRUE
  ) %>% expect_assignment()
  assignment_15 <- declare_assignment(
    clusters = villages,
    blocks = high_elevation, prob_each = c(.1, .3, .6),
    legacy = TRUE
  ) %>% expect_assignment()
  
})

test_that("more than 1 assignment", {
  assn <- declare_assignment(legacy = TRUE, assignment_variable = P:Q)
  
  out <- assn(sleep)
  
  expect_equal(colnames(out), c("extra", "group", "ID", "P", "P_cond_prob", "Q", "Q_cond_prob"))
})


test_that("declare_assignment expected failures via validation fn", {
  expect_true(is.function(declare_assignment(legacy = TRUE)))
  
  expect_error(declare_assignment(legacy = TRUE, blocks = "character"), "blocks")
  
  expect_error(declare_assignment(legacy = TRUE, clusters = "character"), "clusters")
  
  expect_error(declare_assignment(legacy = TRUE, assignment_variable = NULL), "assignment_variable")
})


test_that("can append probabilities matrix", {
  pop <- declare_model(N = 10)
  assignment <- declare_assignment(legacy = TRUE, m = 5, append_probabilities_matrix = TRUE)
  dat <- draw_data(pop + assignment)
  
  expect_true("Z_prob_0" %in% colnames(dat))
})


test_that("can append probabiliies matrix with blocks from data", {
  
  design <- 
    declare_model(block = add_level(N = 3,
                                         tau = c(3, 1, 0)),
                       indiv = add_level(N = 50,
                                         e = rnorm(N, 0, 5))) +
    declare_assignment(blocks = block, block_prob = c(.5, .7, .9), 
                       append_probabilities_matrix = TRUE, legacy = TRUE) 
  
  df <- draw_data(design)
  
  expect_named(df, c("block", "tau", "indiv", "e", "Z_prob_0", "Z_prob_1", "Z", 
                     "Z_cond_prob"))
  
})

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