RMfixcov is a user-defined covariance according to
the given covariance matrix.
It extends to the space through a Voronoi tesselation.
optional arguments; same meaning for any
a numerical matrix defining the user-defined covariance for a random field; The matrix should be positive definite, symmetric and its dimension should be equal to the length of observation or simulation vector.
The usual arguments as in
Default: FALSE (outside mixed models)
optional model that gives the norm between locations
The covariances passed are implemented for the given locations. Within any Voronoi cell (around a given location) the correlation is assumed to be one.
In particular, it is used in
RFfit to define neighbour or network structure in the data.
RMfixcov returns an object of class
Starting with version 3.0.64, the former argument
is replaced by the
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Ober, U., Ayroles, J.F., Stone, E.A., Richards, S., Zhu, D., Gibbs, R.A., Stricker, C., Gianola, D., Schlather, M., Mackay, T.F.C., Simianer, H. (2012): Using Whole Genome Sequence Data to Predict Quantitative Trait Phenotypes in Drosophila melanogaster. PLoS Genet 8(5): e1002685.
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RFoptions(seed=0) ## *ANY* simulation will have the random seed 0; set ## RFoptions(seed=NA) to make them all random again ## Example 1 showing that the covariance structure is correctly implemented n <- 10 z <- matrix(runif(n^2), nc=n) (z <- z %*% t(z)) RFcovmatrix(RMfixcov(z), 1:n) ## Example 2 showing that the covariance structure is interpolated RFcovmatrix(RMfixcov(z, 1:n), c(2, 2.1, 2.5, 3)) ## Example 3 showing the use in a separable space-time model model <- RMfixcov(z, 1:n, proj="space") * RMexp(s=40, proj="time") (z <- RFsimulate(model, x = seq(0,12, 0.5), T=1:100)) plot(z)
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