psf: Train a PSF model from an univariate time series using the...

Description Usage Arguments Value Examples

View source: R/psf.R

Description

Takes an univariate time series as input. Optionally, specific internal parameters of the PSF algorithm can be also specified.

Usage

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psf(data, k = seq(2, 10), w = seq(1, 10), cycle = 24)

Arguments

data

Input univariate time series, in any format (time series (ts), vector, matrix, list, data frame).

k

The number of clusters, or a vector of candidate values to search for the optimum automatically.

w

The window size, or a vector of candidate values to search for the optimum automatically.

cycle

The number of values that conform a cycle in the time series (e.g. 24 hours per day). Only used when input data is not in time series format.

Value

An object of class 'psf' with 7 elements:

original_series

Original time series stored to be used internally to build further plots.

train_data

Adapted and normalized internal time series used to train the PSF model.

k

Number of clusters used

w

Window size used

cycle

Determined cycle for the input time series.

dmin

Minimum value of the input time series (used to denormalize internally further predictions).

dmax

Maximum value of the input time series (used to denormalize internally further predictions).

Examples

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## Train a PSF model from the univariate time series 'nottem' (package:datasets).
p <- psf(nottem)

## Train a PSF model from the univariate time series 'sunspots' (package:datasets).
p <- psf(sunspots)

PSF documentation built on May 29, 2017, 3:32 p.m.