R/rerange.R

Defines functions rerange

Documented in rerange

rerange <- function(data,min.goal = 0, max.goal = 1, 
    min.data = min(data), max.data = max(data), center = NA)
{
   if(!is.na(center)){
     #split linear transformation
     #the data is split into two segments
     #one below center, one above
     #each segment undergoes its own linear transf.
     below <- data <=center
     above <- data > center
     newData <- data
     newData[below] <- rerange(c(center,data[below]), min.goal=min.goal, max.goal=max.goal/2)[-1]
     newData[above] <- rerange(c(center,data[above]), min.goal=max.goal/2, max.goal=max.goal)[-1]
     return(newData)
   } else {
     #normal linear transformation
     max.data <- max.data # Watch out! This is required because of lazy evaluation!
     data <- data-min.data
     data <- data/(max.data-min.data)*(max.goal-min.goal)
     data <- data+min.goal
     return(data)
   }
}

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klaR documentation built on March 26, 2020, 5:50 p.m.