cv.MLGL: Multi-Layer Group-Lasso with cross V-fold validation

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

View source: R/cv.MLGL.R

Description

V-fold cross validation for MLGL function

Usage

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cv.MLGL(
  X,
  y,
  nfolds = 5,
  lambda = NULL,
  hc = NULL,
  weightLevel = NULL,
  weightSizeGroup = NULL,
  loss = c("ls", "logit"),
  intercept = TRUE,
  sizeMaxGroup = NULL,
  verbose = FALSE,
  ...
)

Arguments

X

matrix of size n*p

y

vector of size n. If loss = "logit", elements of y must be in -1,1

nfolds

number of folds

lambda

lambda values for group lasso. If not provided, the function generates its own values of lambda

hc

output of hclust function. If not provided, hclust is run with ward.D2 method

weightLevel

a vector of size p for each level of the hierarchy. A zero indicates that the level will be ignored. If not provided, use 1/(height between 2 successive levels)

weightSizeGroup

a vector

loss

a character string specifying the loss function to use, valid options are: "ls" least squares loss (regression) and "logit" logistic loss (classification)

intercept

should an intercept be included in the model ?

sizeMaxGroup

maximum size of selected groups. If NULL, no restriction

verbose

print some informations

...

Others parameters for cv.gglasso function

Details

Hierarchical clustering is performed with all the variables. Then, the partitions from the different levels of the hierarchy are used in the different run of MLGL for cross validation.

Value

a cv.MLGL object containing:

lambda

values of lambda.

cvm

the mean cross-validated error.

cvsd

estimate of standard error of cvm

cvupper

upper curve = cvm+cvsd

cvlower

lower curve = cvm-cvsd

lambda.min

The optimal value of lambda that gives minimum cross validation error cvm.

lambda.1se

The largest value of lambda such that error is within 1 standard error of the minimum.

time

computation time

Author(s)

Quentin Grimonprez

See Also

MLGL, stability.MLGL, predict.cv.gglasso, coef.cv.MLGL, plot.cv.MLGL

Examples

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set.seed(42)
# Simulate gaussian data with block-diagonal variance matrix containing 12 blocks of size 5
X <- simuBlockGaussian(50, 12, 5, 0.7)
# Generate a response variable
y <- X[, c(2, 7, 12)] %*% c(2, 2, -2) + rnorm(50, 0, 0.5)
# Apply cv.MLGL method
res <- cv.MLGL(X, y)

MLGL documentation built on Nov. 28, 2020, 5:07 p.m.