SD.SE: Standard Error Estimate for Standard Deviation (SD) of...

Description Usage Arguments Value Author(s) Examples

View source: R/SD_SE.R

Description

SD.SE computes the standard error of the standard deviation of the returns.

Usage

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SD.SE(
  data,
  se.method = c("IFiid", "IFcor", "IFcorAdapt", "IFcorPW", "BOOTiid", "BOOTcor")[1:2],
  cleanOutliers = FALSE,
  fitting.method = c("Exponential", "Gamma")[1],
  d.GLM.EN = 5,
  freq.include = c("All", "Decimate", "Truncate")[1],
  freq.par = 0.5,
  corOut = c("none", "retCor", "retIFCor", "retIFCorPW")[1],
  return.coef = FALSE,
  ...
)

Arguments

data

Data of returns for one or multiple assets or portfolios.

se.method

A character string indicating which method should be used to compute the standard error of the estimated standard deviation. One or a combination of: "IFiid" (default), "IFcor" (default), "IFcorPW", "IFcorAdapt" (default), "BOOTiid" or "BOOTcor".

cleanOutliers

Boolean variable to indicate whether the pre-whitenning of the influence functions TS should be done through a robust filter. Default if FALSE.

fitting.method

Distribution used in the standard errors computation. Should be one of "Exponential" (default) or "Gamma".

d.GLM.EN

Order of the polynomial for the Exponential or Gamma fitting. Default polynomial order of 5.

freq.include

Frequency domain inclusion criteria. Must be one of "All" (default), "Decimate" or "Truncate."

freq.par

Percentage of the frequency used if "freq.include" is "Decimate" or "Truncate." Default is 0.5.

corOut

Return correlation of the returns or the influence function transformed returns. Must be one of "retCor", "retIFCor" or "none" (default).

return.coef

Boolean variable to indicate whether the coefficients of the penalized GLM fit are returned. Default if FALSE.

...

Additional parameters.

Value

A vector or a list depending on se.method.

Author(s)

Anthony-Alexander Christidis, anthony.christidis@stat.ubc.ca

Examples

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# Loading data
data(edhec, package = "PerformanceAnalytics")
# Changing the data colnames
names(edhec) = c("CA", "CTA", "DIS", "EM", "EMN",
                 "ED", "FIA", "GM", "LS", "MA",
                 "RV", "SS", "FOF")
# Computing the standard errors for
# the two influence functions based approaches
SD.SE(edhec, se.method = c("IFiid","IFcor","IFcorAdapt"),
      cleanOutliers = FALSE,
      fitting.method = c("Exponential", "Gamma")[1])

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