Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) Examples

This function finds, if it exists, the gap between two successive phases. This gap or hiatus is the longest interval [IntervalInf, IntervalSup] that satisfies : P(Phase1Max < IntervalInf < IntervalSup < Phase2Min | M) = level for each successive phase.

1 2 | ```
MultiPhasesGap(data, position_minimum, position_maximum = position_minimum+1,
level = 0.95, max_decimal = 0)
``` |

`data` |
dataframe containing the output of the MCMC algorithm |

`position_minimum` |
numeric vector containing the column number corresponding to the minimum of the dates included in each phase |

`position_maximum` |
numeric vector containing the column number corresponding to the maximum of the dates included in each phase. By default, position_maximum = position_minimum + 1. |

`level` |
probability corresponding to the level of confidence |

`max_decimal` |
maximum number of decimal |

For each i, MultiPhasesGap computes the gap interval for the phase defined by its minimum position_minimum[i] and its maximum position_maximum[i]. The default value of position_maximum corresponds to CSV files exported from ChronoModel software.

Returns a matrix of values containing the level of confidence and the endpoints of the gap for each pair of successive phases

Anne Philippe <[email protected]> and

Marie-Anne Vibet <[email protected]>

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