fdapace: Functional Data Analysis and Empirical Dynamics

A versatile package that provides implementation of various methods of Functional Data Analysis (FDA) and Empirical Dynamics. The core of this package is Functional Principal Component Analysis (FPCA), a key technique for functional data analysis, for sparsely or densely sampled random trajectories and time courses, via the Principal Analysis by Conditional Estimation (PACE) algorithm. This core algorithm yields covariance and mean functions, eigenfunctions and principal component (scores), for both functional data and derivatives, for both dense (functional) and sparse (longitudinal) sampling designs. For sparse designs, it provides fitted continuous trajectories with confidence bands, even for subjects with very few longitudinal observations. PACE is a viable and flexible alternative to random effects modeling of longitudinal data. There is also a Matlab version (PACE) that contains some methods not available on fdapace and vice versa. Updates to fdapace were supported by grants from NIH Echo and NSF DMS-1712864 and DMS-2014626. Please cite our package if you use it (You may run the command citation("fdapace") to get the citation format and bibtex entry). References: Wang, J.L., Chiou, J., Müller, H.G. (2016) <doi:10.1146/annurev-statistics-041715-033624>; Chen, K., Zhang, X., Petersen, A., Müller, H.G. (2017) <doi:10.1007/s12561-015-9137-5>.

Package details

AuthorAlvaro Gajardo [aut, cre], Cody Carroll [aut] (<https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3525-8653>), Yaqing Chen [aut], Xiongtao Dai [aut], Jianing Fan [aut], Pantelis Z. Hadjipantelis [aut], Kyunghee Han [aut], Hao Ji [aut], Shu-Chin Lin [ctb], Paromita Dubey [ctb], Hans-Georg Mueller [cph, ths, aut], Jane-Ling Wang [cph, ths, aut]
MaintainerAlvaro Gajardo <aegajardo@ucdavis.edu>
LicenseBSD_3_clause + file LICENSE
Version0.5.7
URL https://github.com/functionaldata/tPACE
Package repositoryView on CRAN
Installation Install the latest version of this package by entering the following in R:
install.packages("fdapace")

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fdapace documentation built on May 24, 2021, 9:06 a.m.