branchmap: Computes a branching map from a sequence of level set trees In denpro: Visualization of Multivariate Functions, Sets, and Data

Description

Branching map visualizes the levels of branching of level set trees of estimates belonging to a scale of estimates. It visualizes also the excess masses of the roots of the branches.

Usage

 ```1 2``` ```branchmap(estiseq, hseq = NULL, levnum = 80, paletti = NULL, rootpaletti = NULL, type = "jump") ```

Arguments

 `estiseq` A sequence of estimates and level set trees of the estimates. Output of function lstseq.kern or function lstseq.carthisto. `hseq` The sequence of smoothing parameters of the scale of estimates. `levnum` The number of level sets used to approximate the level set trees. `paletti` A sequence of color names; colors for each branch, other than the root branches. `rootpaletti` A sequence of color names; colors for the root branches. `type` internal

Value

A representation as a list of a 2D function

 `level` x-coordinate is the level of the level sets `h` y-coordinate is the smoothing parameter `z` z-coordinate is the excess mass `col` colors for the graph of the 2D function

Author(s)

Jussi Klemela

`lstseq.kern`, `plotbranchmap`
 ``` 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13``` ```dendat<-sim.data(n=200,type="mulmod") h1<-0.9 h2<-2.2 lkm<-5 hseq<-hgrid(h1,h2,lkm) N<-c(16,16) estiseq<-lstseq.kern(dendat,hseq,N,lstree=TRUE) bm<-branchmap(estiseq) plotbranchmap(bm) ```