Toy datasets that illustrate the package
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toy_LoF
is a list of three functions that work with
regressor()
and toy_df
toy_M
is an example M matrix for use with
mhp()
toy_B
is an example of a B array of
roughness coefficients for use with mhp()
toy_mm
and toy_mm2
are examples of a mdm
object, generated with function toy_mm_maker()
. These
objects are marginals from the same multivariate observation.
toy_mm3
and toy_mm4
are small examples of
mdm
objects
toy_mhp
is an example of a mhp
object
toy_beta
is a numeric vector that works with the above objects
These objects are intended as simple working ‘toy’ examples of the various things needed to use the emulator.
Note that toy_d
and toy_d2
are the marginals of the
same observation (see the vignette).
Robin K. S. Hankin
R. K. S. Hankin 2005. Introducing BACCO, an R bundle for Bayesian analysis of computer code output, Journal of Statistical Software, 14(16)
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