residuals.not | R Documentation |

Returns a difference between `x`

in `object`

and the estimated signal with change-points at `cpt`

.
Type of the signal depends on the value of `contrast`

that has been passed to `not`

in order to construct `object`

(see details of `predict.not`

).

## S3 method for class 'not' residuals(object, cpt, type = c("raw", "standardised"), ...)

`object` |
An object of class 'not', returned by |

`cpt` |
An integer vector with locations of the change-points.
If missing, the |

`type` |
Choice of "raw" and "standardised". |

`...` |
Further parameters that can be passed to |

If `type="raw"`

, the difference between the data and the estimated signal. If `type="standardised"`

, the difference between the data and the estimated signal, divided by the estimated standard deviation.

pcws.const.sig <- c(rep(0, 100), rep(1,100)) x <- pcws.const.sig + rnorm(100) w <- not(x, contrast = "pcwsConstMean") # *** plot residuals obtained via fitting piecewise-constant function with estimated change-points plot(residuals(w)) # *** plot residuals with obtained via fitting piecewise-constant function with true change-point plot(residuals(w, cpt=100)) # *** plot standardised residuals plot(residuals(w, type="standardised"))

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