exclude.too.far | R Documentation |

Takes two arrays defining the nodes of a grid over a 2D covariate space and two arrays
defining the location of data in that space, and returns a logical vector with elements `TRUE`

if
the corresponding node is too far from data and `FALSE`

otherwise. Basically a service routine for
`vis.gam`

and `plot.gam`

.

```
exclude.too.far(g1,g2,d1,d2,dist)
```

`g1` |
co-ordinates of grid relative to first axis. |

`g2` |
co-ordinates of grid relative to second axis. |

`d1` |
co-ordinates of data relative to first axis. |

`d2` |
co-ordinates of data relative to second axis. |

`dist` |
how far away counts as too far. Grid and data are first scaled so that the grid lies exactly
in the unit square, and |

Linear scalings of the axes are first determined so that the grid defined by the nodes in
`g1`

and `g2`

lies exactly in the unit square (i.e. on [0,1] by [0,1]). These scalings are
applied to `g1`

, `g2`

, `d1`

and `d2`

. The minimum Euclidean
distance from each node to a datum is then determined and if it is greater than `dist`

the
corresponding entry in the returned array is set to `TRUE`

(otherwise to `FALSE`

). The
distance calculations are performed in compiled code for speed without storage overheads.

A logical array with `TRUE`

indicating a node in the grid defined by `g1`

, `g2`

that
is ‘too far’ from any datum.

Simon N. Wood simon.wood@r-project.org

https://www.maths.ed.ac.uk/~swood34/

`vis.gam`

```
library(mgcv)
x<-rnorm(100);y<-rnorm(100) # some "data"
n<-40 # generate a grid....
mx<-seq(min(x),max(x),length=n)
my<-seq(min(y),max(y),length=n)
gx<-rep(mx,n);gy<-rep(my,rep(n,n))
tf<-exclude.too.far(gx,gy,x,y,0.1)
plot(gx[!tf],gy[!tf],pch=".");points(x,y,col=2)
```

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