rnmf  R Documentation 
Generates NMF models with random values drawn from a
uniform distribution. It returns an NMF model with basis
and mixture coefficient matrices filled with random
values. The main purpose of the function rnmf
is
to provide a common interface to generate random seeds
used by the nmf
function.
rnmf(x, target, ...) ## S4 method for signature 'NMF,numeric' rnmf(x, target, ncol = NULL, keep.names = TRUE, dist = runif) ## S4 method for signature 'ANY,matrix' rnmf(x, target, ..., dist = list(max = max(max(target, na.rm = TRUE), 1)), use.dimnames = TRUE) ## S4 method for signature 'numeric,missing' rnmf(x, target, ..., W, H, dist = runif) ## S4 method for signature 'missing,missing' rnmf(x, target, ..., W, H) ## S4 method for signature 'numeric,numeric' rnmf(x, target, ncol = NULL, ..., dist = runif) ## S4 method for signature 'formula,ANY' rnmf(x, target, ..., dist = runif)
x 
an object that determines the rank, dimension
and/or class of the generated NMF model, e.g. a numeric
value or an object that inherits from class

target 
optional specification of target dimensions. See section Methods for how this parameter is used by the different methods. 
... 
extra arguments to allow extensions and passed
to the next method eventually down to

ncol 
single numeric value that specifies the
number of columns of the coefficient matrix. Only used
when 
keep.names 
a logical that indicates if the
dimension names of the original NMF object 
dist 
specification of the random distribution to use to draw the entries of the basis and coefficient matrices. It may be specified as:

use.dimnames 
a logical that indicates whether the dimnames of the target matrix should be set on the returned NMF model. 
W 
value for the basis matrix. 
H 
value for the mixture coefficient matrix

If necessary, extensions of the standard NMF model or
custom models must define a method
"rnmf,<NMF.MODEL.CLASS>,numeric" for initialising their
specific slots other than the basis and mixture
coefficient matrices. In order to benefit from the
complete builtin interface, the overloading methods
should call the generic version using function
callNextMethod
, prior to set the values of
the specific slots. See for example the method
rnmf
defined for NMFOffset
models:
showMethods(rnmf, class='NMFOffset',
include=TRUE))
.
For convenience, shortcut methods for working on
data.frame
objects directly are implemented.
However, note that conversion of a data.frame
into
a matrix
object may take some nonnegligible time,
for large datasets. If using this method or other
NMFrelated methods several times, consider converting
your data data.frame
object into a matrix once for
good, when first loaded.
An NMF model, i.e. an object that inherits from class
NMF
.
signature(x = "NMFOffset", target =
"numeric")
: Generates a random NMF model with offset,
from class NMFOffset
.
The offset values are drawn from a uniform distribution
between 0 and the maximum entry of the basis and
coefficient matrices, which are drawn by the next
suitable rnmf
method, which is the
workhorse method rnmf,NMF,numeric
.
signature(x = "NMF", target =
"numeric")
: Generates a random NMF model of the same
class and rank as another NMF model.
This is the workhorse method that is eventually called by
all other methods. It generates an NMF model of the same
class and rank as x
, compatible with the
dimensions specified in target
, that can be a
single or 2length numeric vector, to specify a square or
rectangular target matrix respectively.
The second dimension can also be passed via argument
ncol
, so that calling rnmf(x, 20, 10, ...)
is equivalent to rnmf(x, c(20, 10), ...)
, but
easier to write.
The entries are uniformly drawn between 0
and
max
(optionally specified in ...
) that
defaults to 1.
By default the dimnames of x
are set on the
returned NMF model. This behaviour is disabled with
argument keep.names=FALSE
. See
nmfModel
.
signature(x = "ANY", target =
"matrix")
: Generates a random NMF model compatible and
consistent with a target matrix.
The entries are uniformly drawn between 0
and
max(target)
. It is more or less a shortcut for:
rnmf(x, dim(target), max=max(target), ...)
It returns an NMF model of the same class as x
.
signature(x = "ANY", target =
"data.frame")
: Shortcut for rnmf(x,
as.matrix(target))
.
signature(x = "NMF", target =
"missing")
: Generates a random NMF model of the same
dimension as another NMF model.
It is a shortcut for rnmf(x, nrow(x), ncol(x),
...)
, which returns a random NMF model of the same class
and dimensions as x
.
signature(x = "numeric", target =
"missing")
: Generates a random NMF model of a given
rank, with known basis and/or coefficient matrices.
This methods allow to easily generate partially random
NMF model, where one or both factors are known. Although
the later case might seems strange, it makes sense for
NMF models that have fit extra data, other than the basis
and coefficient matrices, that are drawn by an
rnmf
method defined for their own class, which
should internally call rnmf,NMF,numeric
and let it
draw the basis and coefficient matrices. (e.g. see
NMFOffset
and
rnmf,NMFOffset,numericmethod
).
Depending on whether arguments W
and/or H
are missing, this method interprets x
differently:
W
provided, H
missing: x
is
taken as the number of columns that must be drawn to
build a random coefficient matrix (i.e. the number of
columns in the target matrix).
W
is missing, H
is provided: x
is taken as the number of rows that must be drawn to
build a random basis matrix (i.e. the number of rows in
the target matrix).
both W
and H
are provided: x
is taken as the target rank of the model to generate.
Having both W
and H
missing produces
an error, as the dimension of the model cannot be
determined in this case.
The matrices W
and H
are reduced if
necessary and possible to be consistent with this value
of the rank, by the internal call to
nmfModel
.
All arguments in ...
are passed to the function
nmfModel
which is used to build an initial
NMF model, that is in turn passed to
rnmf,NMF,numeric
with dist=list(coef=dist)
or dist=list(basis=dist)
when suitable. The type
of NMF model to generate can therefore be specified in
argument model
(see nmfModel
for
other possible arguments).
The returned NMF model, has a basis matrix equal to
W
(if not missing) and a coefficient matrix equal
to H
(if not missing), or drawn according to the
specification provided in argument dist
(see
method rnmf,NMF,numeric
for details on the
supported values for dist
).
signature(x = "missing", target =
"missing")
: Generates a random NMF model with known
basis and coefficient matrices.
This method is a shortcut for calling
rnmf,numeric,missing
with a suitable value for
x
(the rank), when both factors are known:
codernmf(min(ncol(W), nrow(H)), ..., W=W, H=H).
Arguments W
and H
are required. Note that
calling this method only makes sense for NMF models that
contains data to fit other than the basis and coefficient
matrices, e.g. NMFOffset
.
signature(x = "numeric", target =
"numeric")
: Generates a random standard NMF model of
given dimensions.
This is a shortcut for rnmf(nmfModel(x, target,
ncol, ...)), dist=dist)
. It generates a standard NMF
model compatible with the dimensions passed in
target
, that can be a single or 2length numeric
vector, to specify a square or rectangular target matrix
respectively. See nmfModel
.
signature(x = "formula", target =
"ANY")
: Generate a random formulabased NMF model, using
the method nmfModel,formula,ANYmethod
.
rmatrix
Other NMFinterface: basis
,
.basis
, .basis<
,
basis<
, coef
,
.coef
, .coef<
,
coef<
, coefficients
,
.DollarNames,NMFmethod
,
loadings,NMFmethod
, misc
,
NMFclass
, $<,NMFmethod
,
$,NMFmethod
, nmfModel
,
nmfModels
, scoef
# # rnmf,NMFOffset,numericmethod # # random NMF model with offset x < rnmf(2, 3, model='NMFOffset') x offset(x) # from a matrix x < rnmf(2, rmatrix(5,3, max=10), model='NMFOffset') offset(x) # # rnmf,NMF,numericmethod # ## random NMF of same class and rank as another model x < nmfModel(3, 10, 5) x rnmf(x, 20) # square rnmf(x, 20, 13) rnmf(x, c(20, 13)) # using another distribution rnmf(x, 20, dist=rnorm) # other than standard model y < rnmf(3, 50, 10, model='NMFns') y # # rnmf,ANY,matrixmethod # # random NMF compatible with a target matrix x < nmfModel(3, 10, 5) y < rmatrix(20, 13) rnmf(x, y) # rank of x rnmf(2, y) # rank 2 # # rnmf,NMF,missingmethod # ## random NMF from another model a < nmfModel(3, 100, 20) b < rnmf(a) # # rnmf,numeric,missingmethod # # random NMF model with known basis matrix x < rnmf(5, W=matrix(1:18, 6)) # 6 x 5 model with rank=3 basis(x) # fixed coef(x) # random # random NMF model with known coefficient matrix x < rnmf(5, H=matrix(1:18, 3)) # 5 x 6 model with rank=3 basis(x) # random coef(x) # fixed # random model other than standard NMF x < rnmf(5, H=matrix(1:18, 3), model='NMFOffset') basis(x) # random coef(x) # fixed offset(x) # random # # rnmf,missing,missingmethod # # random model other than standard NMF x < rnmf(W=matrix(1:18, 6), H=matrix(21:38, 3), model='NMFOffset') basis(x) # fixed coef(x) # fixed offset(x) # random # # rnmf,numeric,numericmethod # ## random standard NMF of given dimensions # generate a random NMF model with rank 3 that fits a 100x20 matrix rnmf(3, 100, 20) # generate a random NMF model with rank 3 that fits a 100x100 matrix rnmf(3, 100)
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