Description Usage Arguments Value Examples

View source: R/linkspotterComplete.R

Computation of correlation matrices, variable clustering and the customizable user interface to visualize them using a graph together with variables distributions and cross plots.

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linkspotterComplete(
dataset,
targetVar = NULL,
corMethods = c("pearson", "spearman", "kendall", "mic", "MaxNMI"),
maxNbBins = 100,
defaultMinCor = 0.3,
defaultCorMethod = corMethods[length(corMethods)],
clusteringCorMethod = defaultCorMethod,
nbCluster = 1:9,
printInfo = T,
appTitle = "Linkspotter",
htmlTop = "",
htmlBottom = ""
)
``` |

`dataset` |
the dataframe which variables bivariate correlations are to be analyzed. |

`targetVar` |
a vector of character strings corresponding to the names of the target variables. If not NULL, correlation coefficients are computed only with that target variables. |

`corMethods` |
a vector of correlation coefficients to compute. The available coefficients are
the following : |

`maxNbBins` |
an integer used if corMethods include 'MaxNMI'. It corresponds to the number of bins limitation (for computation time limitation), maxNbBins=100 by default. |

`defaultMinCor` |
a double between 0 and 1. It is the minimal correlation absolute value to consider for the first graph plot. |

`defaultCorMethod` |
a string. One of "pearson","spearman","kendall","mic", "distCor" or "MaxNMI". It is the correlation coefficient to consider for the first graph plot. |

`clusteringCorMethod` |
a string. One of "pearson","spearman","kendall","mic", "distCor" or "MaxNMI". It is the correlation coefficient to consider for the variables clustering. |

`nbCluster` |
an integer. It is the number of clusters to compute. |

`printInfo` |
a boolean indicating whether to print on the console some information about the dataset and the estimated computation time. |

`appTitle` |
a string taken as the title of the user interface. |

`htmlTop` |
a character string that enable to customize your shiny app by adding an HTML code in the HEAD tag. |

`htmlBottom` |
a character string that enable to customize your shiny app by adding an HTML code at the end of the BODY tag. |

a list containing all the material enabling to analyze correlations:

`computationTime`

: a string`run_it`

: a shiny.appobj object enable to deploy instantly the user interface for a customizable visualization.`dataset`

: the initial dataset`corDF`

: a the correlation data.frame including values for all coefficients`corMatrices`

: a list of correlation matrices`corGroups`

: data.frame a data.frame list`clusteringCorMethod`

: a character`defaultMinCor`

: a numeric`defaultCorMethod`

: a string`corMethods`

: vector of strings

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