dagR: R functions for directed acyclic graphs

Functions to draw, manipulate, evaluate directed acyclic graphs and simulate corresponding data.

AuthorLutz P Breitling
Date of publication2014-01-09 15:20:22
MaintainerLutz P Breitling <lutz.breitling@gmail.com>
LicenseGPL-2
Version1.1.3

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addAngle: Sum up two radian angles.

add.arc: Add an arc to a DAG.

add.node: Add a node to an existing DAG.

allCombs: Create all combinations of the elements of a vector.

angle: Calculate radian angle of line between two points.

anglePoint: Calculate coordinates at specific angle and distance.

assoc.exists: Check if association between two DAG nodes exists.

brute.search: Evaluate all possible adjustment sets of a DAG.

dag.adjust: Adjust an existing DAG for covariables.

dag.adjustment: Adjust a DAG for one or more variables.

dag.ancestors: Identify ancestors of DAG nodes.

dag.draw: Draw a DAG.

dag.init: Set up a new DAG.

dag.legend: Write the legend in a DAG drawing.

dag.letter: Write a DAG node symbol.

dag.move: Interactively move a node or curving point in a DAG.

dagR-package: R functions for directed acyclic graphs

dag.search: Evaluate possible adjustment sets of a DAG.

dag.sim: Simulate data based on a DAG.

demo.dag0: Set up demo DAG #0.

demo.dag1: Set up demo DAG #1.

demo.dag2: Set up demo DAG #2.

demo.dag3: Set up demo DAG #3.

demo.dag4: Set up demo DAG #4.

demo.dag5: Set up demo DAG #5.

demo.dag6: Set up demo DAG #6.

demo.dag7: Set up demo DAG #7.

distPoints: Calculate distance between two points.

eval.paths: Evaluate potentially biasing paths in a DAG.

find.paths: Find potentially biasing paths in a DAG.

garrows: Draw a directed arc in a DAG.

inAngle: Calculate angle between two arcs.

is.acyclic: Check if a DAG actually is acyclic.

is.in: Check if a specific numeric value occurs in a vector.

is.unknown: Check if a DAG node presents an unknown variable.

msas: Identify minimal sufficient adjustment sets.

rm.arc: Remove an arc from a DAG.

rm.node: Remove a node from a DAG.

smoothArc: Draw an undirected assocation in a DAG.

summary_dagRdag: Summarize a DAG.

viv: Is a numeric vector in another vector?

write.paths: Write the paths into a DAG drawing.

Files in this package

dagR
dagR/NAMESPACE
dagR/NEWS
dagR/R
dagR/R/allCombs.R dagR/R/dag.legend.R dagR/R/dag.search.R dagR/R/demo.dag6.R dagR/R/angle.R dagR/R/demo.dag3.R dagR/R/demo.dag5.R dagR/R/anglePoint.R dagR/R/dag.move.R dagR/R/dag.draw.R dagR/R/rm.node.R dagR/R/add.arc.R dagR/R/eval.paths.R dagR/R/garrows.R dagR/R/dag.adjust.R dagR/R/summary_dagRdag.R dagR/R/is.in.R dagR/R/demo.dag2.R dagR/R/dag.adjustment.R dagR/R/write.paths.R dagR/R/inAngle.R dagR/R/msas.R dagR/R/demo.dag0.R dagR/R/viv.R dagR/R/rm.arc.R dagR/R/dag.ancestors.R dagR/R/demo.dag1.R dagR/R/find.paths.R dagR/R/demo.dag7.R dagR/R/dag.sim.R dagR/R/is.unknown.R dagR/R/dag.init.R dagR/R/dag.letter.R dagR/R/add.node.R dagR/R/brute.search.R dagR/R/is.acyclic.R dagR/R/demo.dag4.R dagR/R/smoothArc.R dagR/R/distPoints.R dagR/R/assoc.exists.R dagR/R/addAngle.R
dagR/MD5
dagR/DESCRIPTION
dagR/man
dagR/man/demo.dag7.Rd dagR/man/summary_dagRdag.Rd dagR/man/angle.Rd dagR/man/msas.Rd dagR/man/dag.move.Rd dagR/man/rm.node.Rd dagR/man/demo.dag4.Rd dagR/man/is.acyclic.Rd dagR/man/dag.draw.Rd dagR/man/demo.dag5.Rd dagR/man/allCombs.Rd dagR/man/demo.dag6.Rd dagR/man/demo.dag3.Rd dagR/man/anglePoint.Rd dagR/man/eval.paths.Rd dagR/man/find.paths.Rd dagR/man/dag.search.Rd dagR/man/dag.adjust.Rd dagR/man/demo.dag1.Rd dagR/man/dag.letter.Rd dagR/man/viv.Rd dagR/man/brute.search.Rd dagR/man/dag.sim.Rd dagR/man/dagR-package.Rd dagR/man/addAngle.Rd dagR/man/assoc.exists.Rd dagR/man/garrows.Rd dagR/man/is.unknown.Rd dagR/man/write.paths.Rd dagR/man/dag.ancestors.Rd dagR/man/demo.dag0.Rd dagR/man/dag.adjustment.Rd dagR/man/is.in.Rd dagR/man/add.arc.Rd dagR/man/inAngle.Rd dagR/man/smoothArc.Rd dagR/man/distPoints.Rd dagR/man/rm.arc.Rd dagR/man/dag.legend.Rd dagR/man/demo.dag2.Rd dagR/man/add.node.Rd dagR/man/dag.init.Rd

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