Description Usage Arguments Value Methods Author(s) See Also Examples

The values of a series that are absolute greater than `min`

and/or `max`

are capped to these specified values.

1 |

`y` |
Objects of classes: numeric, matrix, data.frame, ts, mts, and timeSeries are supported. |

`min` |
Numeric, minimum value for the series. |

`max` |
Numeric, maximim value for the series. |

An object of the same class as `y`

, containing the truncated series.

- y = "data.frame"
The calculation is applied per column of the data.frame and only if all columns are numeric.

- y = "matrix"
The calculation is applied per column of the matrix.

- y = "mts"
The calculation is applied per column of the mts object. The attributes are preserved and an object of the same class is returned.

- y = "numeric"
Calculation of the es trend.

- y = "timeSeries"
The calculation is applied per column of the timeSeries object and an object of the same class is returned.

- y = "ts"
Calculation of the es trend. The attributes are preserved and an object of the same class is returned.

- y = "xts"
Calculation of the es trend. The attributes are preserved and an object of the same class is returned.

- y = "zoo"
Calculation of the es trend. The attributes are preserved and an object of the same class is returned.

Bernhard Pfaff

`trdbilson`

, `trdbinary`

, `trdes`

,
`trdhp`

, `trdsma`

, `trdwma`

1 2 3 4 | ```
data(StockIndex)
y <- StockIndex[, "SP500"]
cs <- capser(y, min = 100, max = 200)
head(cs)
``` |

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