WARNING: **deprecated** function.
Calculates Fractal Dimension as indicated by Pincus

1 2 | ```
CalculateFracDim(HRVData, indexNonLinearAnalysis = length(HRVData$NonLinearAnalysis),
m = 10, tau = 3, Cra = 0.005, Crb = 0.75, N = 1000, verbose=NULL)
``` |

`HRVData` |
Data structure that stores the beats register and information related to it |

`indexNonLinearAnalysis` |
Reference to the data structure that will contain the non linear analysis |

`m` |
Value of the dimension of the expansion of data |

`tau` |
Delay of the expansion of data |

`Cra` |
Minimum value of correlation for calculating Fractal Dimension |

`Crb` |
Maximum value of correlation for calculating Fractal Dimension |

`N` |
Number of points of the portion of signal to be analyzed |

`verbose` |
Deprecated argument maintained for compatibility, use SetVerbose() instead |

Returns HRVData, the structure that contains beat positions register and now associated heart rate instantaneous values also, including the value of the Fractal Dimension

This function is **deprecated**. We suggest the use of the
`CalculateCorrDim`

function instead, which is faster.

M. Lado, A. Mendez, D. Olivieri, L. Rodriguez, X. Vila

L. Rodriguez-Linares, A. Mendez, M. Lado, D. Olivieri, X. Vila, I. Gomez-Conde, "An open source tool for heart rate variability spectral analysis", Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine 103, 39-50, doi:10.1016/j.cmpb.2010.05.012 (2011) S. M. Pincus, "Approximate entropy as a measure of system complexity," Mathematics 88, 2297-2301 (1991)

`CalculateRfromCorrelation`

for finding r distance at which the correlation has a certain value

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