Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) References See Also Examples

Gathers several procedures to estimate the effective dimension regression (EDR) space when the number of explanatory variables is greater than the sample size.
Creates an object of class `edr`

.

1 2 | ```
edrUnderdet(Y, X, H, K, method, initEDR=NULL, maxIter=NULL,
regulParam=NULL, sMin=1e-16, sChg=10, btspSamp=NULL)
``` |

`Y` |
A numeric vector representing the dependent variable (a response vector). |

`X` |
A matrix representing the quantitative explanatory variables (bind by column). |

`H` |
When |

`K` |
The chosen dimension K. |

`method` |
This character string specifies the method of fitting. It should be either "SIR-QZ", "RSIR" or "SR-SIR". |

`initEDR` |
When |

`maxIter` |
When |

`regulParam` |
When |

`sMin` |
When |

`sChg` |
When |

`btspSamp` |
When |

The "SIR-QZ" method estimates the indices rather than the EDR directions. It makes use of several estimations from several numbers of slices. It tries to find a minimal regularization of the covariance matrix of *X*.
The "RSIR" procedure uses a bootstrap estimator of the mean squared error of regularized estimates of the EDR directions.
It was translated from a Matlab code made by Peng Zeng.
The "SR-SIR" procedure relies on a generalized cross-validation criterion and on an alternating least squares algorithm to find an optimal regularization parameter.
It was written using a R code made by Lexin Li.

`edrUnderdet`

returns an object of class `edr`

, with some of the
following attributes, depending on the value of `method`

:

`matEDR` |
A matrix spanning the estimated EDR space. |

`indices` |
The estimated indices from the "SIR-QZ" method. |

`eigvalEDR` |
The eigenvalues of a matrix of interest. |

`K` |
The chosen dimension. |

`H` |
The chosen number(s) of slices. |

`n` |
The sample size. |

`method` |
The dimension reduction method used. |

`X` |
The matrix of the quantitative explanatory variables (bind by column). |

`Y` |
The numeric vector of the dependent variable (a response vector). |

`s` |
The optimal regularization parameter(s) found by the chosen method. |

`estMSE` |
For each tested regularization parameter, the estimated mean squared error from the "RSIR" method. |

`testedEDR` |
For each tested regularization parameter, a matrix spanning the estimated EDR space from the "SR-SIR" method. |

`iter` |
For each tested regularization parameter, the number of iterations needed for the alternating least squares algorithm from the "SR-SIR" method to converge. |

`gcv` |
For each tested regularization parameter, the corresponding generalized cross-validation criterion from the "SR-SIR" method. |

Rapha<c3><ab>l Coudret <[email protected]>, Beno<c3><ae>t Liquet <[email protected]> and J<c3><a9>r<c3><b4>me Saracco <[email protected]>

Coudret, R., Liquet, B. and Saracco, J. Comparison of sliced inverse regression approaches for underdetermined cases. *Journal de la Soci<c3><a9>t<c3><a9> Fran<c3><a7>aise de Statistique*, in press.

Li, L. and Yin, X. (2008). Sliced inverse regression with regularizations. *Biometrics*, 64(1):124-131.

Zhong, W., Zeng, P., Ma, P., Liu, J. S., and Zhu, Y. (2005). RSIR: regularized
sliced inverse regression for motif discovery. *Bioinformatics*, 21(22):4169-4175.

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