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################################
#### Discriminant analysis for directional data
#### using the k-NN alorithm, tuning the k neighbours
#### Tsagris Michail 01/2016
#### mtsagris@yahoo.gr
################################
dirknn.tune <- function(ina, x, k = 2:10, mesos = TRUE, nfolds = 10, folds = NULL,
parallel = FALSE, stratified = TRUE, seed = NULL, rann = FALSE) {
## x is the matrix containing the data
## nfolds is the number of folds, set to 10 by default
## A is the maximum number of neighbours to use
## ina indicates the groups, numerical variable
## type is either 'S' or 'NS'. Should the standard k-NN be use or not
## if mesos is TRUE, then the arithmetic mean distange of the k nearest
## points will be used.
## If not, then the harmonic mean will be used. Both of these apply for
## the non-standard algorithm, that is when type='NS'
runtime <- proc.time()
n <- dim(x)[1] ## sample size
ina <- as.numeric(ina) ## makes sure ina is numeric
if ( is.null(folds) ) folds <- Directional::makefolds(ina, nfolds = nfolds, stratified = stratified, seed = seed)
nfolds <- length(folds)
per <- matrix( nrow = nfolds, ncol = length(k) )
for (vim in 1:nfolds) {
id <- ina[ folds[[ vim ]] ] ## groups of test sample
ina2 <- ina[ -folds[[ vim ]] ] ## groups of training sample
aba <- as.vector( folds[[ vim ]] )
aba <- aba[aba > 0]
g <- Directional::dirknn(x = x[-aba, ], xnew = x[aba, ,drop = FALSE], k = k, ina = ina2,
mesos = mesos, parallel = parallel, rann = rann)
be <- g - id
per[vim, ] <- Rfast::colmeans(be == 0)
}
ela <- Rfast::colmeans(per)
runtime <- proc.time() - runtime
names(ela) <- paste("k=", k, sep = "")
plot(k, ela, type = "b", xlab = "k nearest neighbours", pch = 16, cex.lab = 1.2, cex.axis = 1.2,
ylab = "Estimated percentage of correct classification", lwd = 2, col = "green")
abline(v = k, lty = 2, col = "lightgrey")
abline(h = seq(min(ela), max(ela), length = 10), lty = 2, col = "lightgrey" )
percent <- max(ela)
names(percent) <- c("Estimated percentage")
list( per = ela, percent = percent, runtime = runtime )
}
```

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