WH.vec.sum-methods: Method WH.vec.sum

Description Usage Arguments Value Examples

Description

Method WH.vec.sum

Compute a histogram that is the weighted sum of the set of histograms contained in a MatH object, i.e. a matrix of histograms, consistent with a set of distributions equipped with a L2 wasserstein metric.

Usage

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WH.vec.sum(object, ...)

## S4 method for signature 'MatH'
WH.vec.sum(object, w = numeric(0))

Arguments

object

a MatH object

...

optional arguments

w

it is possible to add a vector of weights (positive numbers) having the same size of the MatH object, default = equal weights for all cells

Value

a distributionH object, i.e. a histogram

Examples

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hsum<-WH.vec.sum(BLOOD)
# generate a set of random weights
RN<-runif(get.MatH.nrows(BLOOD)*get.MatH.ncols(BLOOD))
hsum<-WH.vec.sum(BLOOD,w=RN)

HistDAWass documentation built on Oct. 6, 2017, 5:04 p.m.