trun.r: Generates Random Values from a Truncated Density Function of...

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

View source: R/trun.r-28-12-12.R

Description

Creates a function to generate randon values from a truncated probability density function created from a current GAMLSS family distribution

For continuous distributions left truncation at 3 means that the random variable can take the value 3. For discrete distributions left truncation at 3 means that the random variable can take values from 4 onwards. This is the same for right truncation. Truncation at 15 for a discrete variable means that 15 and greater values are not allowed but for continuous variable it mean values greater that 15 are not allowed (so 15 is a possible value).

Usage

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trun.r(par, family = "NO", type = c("left", "right", "both"), 
          varying = FALSE, ...)

Arguments

par

a vector with one (for "left" or "right" truncation) or two elements for "both". When the argument varying = TRUE then par can be a vector or a matrix with two columns respectively.

family

a gamlss.family object, which is used to define the distribution and the link functions of the various parameters. The distribution families supported by gamlss() can be found in gamlss.family. Functions such as BI() (binomial) produce a family object.

type

whether left, right or in both sides truncation is required, (left is the default)

varying

whether the truncation varies for diferent observations. This can be usefull in regression analysis. If varying = TRUE then par should be an n-length vector for type equal "left" and "right" and an n by 2 matrix for type="both"

...

for extra arguments

Value

Returns a r family function

Author(s)

Mikis Stasinopoulos [email protected] and Bob Rigby

References

Rigby, R. A. and Stasinopoulos D. M. (2005). Generalized additive models for location, scale and shape,(with discussion), Appl. Statist., 54, part 3, pp 507-554.

Stasinopoulos D. M., Rigby R.A. and Akantziliotou C. (2003) Instructions on how to use the GAMLSS package in R. Accompanying documentation in the current GAMLSS help files, (see also http://www.gamlss.org/).

See Also

trun.p, trun.q, trun.d, gen.trun

Examples

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# trucated r function
# continuous
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# left
test1<-trun.r(par=c(0), family="TF", type="left")
rr<-test1(1000)
hist(rr)
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# right
test2 <- trun.r(par=c(10), family="BCT", type="right")
rr<-test2(1000)
hist(rr)
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# both
test3<-trun.r(par=c(-3,3), family="TF", type="both")
rr<-test3(1000)
hist(rr)
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# discrete 
# trucated r function
# left
test4<-trun.r(par=c(0), family="PO", type="left")
tN <- table(Ni <- test4(1000))
r <- barplot(tN, col='lightblue')
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# right
test5 <- trun.r(par=c(10), family="NBI", type="right")
tN <- table(Ni <- test5(1000))
r <- barplot(tN, col='lightblue')
tN <- table(Ni <- test5(1000,mu=5))
r <- barplot(tN, col='lightblue')
tN <- table(Ni <- test5(1000,mu=10, sigma=.1))
r <- barplot(tN, col='lightblue')
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# both 
test6<-trun.r(par=c(0,10), family="NBI", type="both")
tN <- table(Ni <- test6(1000,mu=5))
r <- barplot(tN, col='lightblue')
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# varying = TRUE
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# continuous
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# left
test7<-trun.r(par=c(0,1,2), family="TF", type="left", varying=TRUE)
test7(3)

#----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# right
test8 <- trun.r(par=c(10,11,12), family="BCT", type="right", varying=TRUE)
test8(3)
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# both
test9<-trun.r(par=rbind(c(-3,3), c(-1,5), c(0,6)), , family="TF", type="both", varying=TRUE)
test9(3)
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# discrete 
# trucated r function
# left
test10<-trun.r(par=c(0,1,2), family="PO", type="left", varying=TRUE)
test10(3)
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# right
test11 <- trun.r(par=c(10,11,12), family="NBI", type="right", varying=TRUE)
test11(3)
test11(3, mu=10, sigma=.1)
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# both 
test12<-trun.r(par=rbind(c(0,10), c(1,11), c(2,12)), family="NBI", type="both", varying=TRUE)
test12(3,mu=5)

Example output

Loading required package: gamlss.dist
Loading required package: MASS
Loading required package: gamlss
Loading required package: splines
Loading required package: gamlss.data

Attaching package: 'gamlss.data'

The following object is masked from 'package:datasets':

    sleep

Loading required package: nlme
Loading required package: parallel
 **********   GAMLSS Version 5.1-3  ********** 
For more on GAMLSS look at http://www.gamlss.org/
Type gamlssNews() to see new features/changes/bug fixes.

[1] 0.2287894 1.0333779 2.3581304
[1] 5.314717 5.516112 3.725822
[1] 0.00104402 0.90306545 1.10127541
[1] 1 2 3
[1] 1 1 2
[1]  4 11  8
[1] 5 3 4

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