TestDataC: TestDataC

Description Format Details Super class Methods See Also Examples

Description

R6 class of test dataset for Precision-Recall curve evaluation.

Format

An R6 class object.

Details

TestDataC is a class that contains scores and label for performance evaluation tools. It provides necessary methods for curve evaluation.

Super class

prcbench::TestDataB -> TestDataC

Methods

Public methods

Inherited methods

Method set_basepoints_x()

Set pre-calculated recall values for curve evaluation.

Usage
TestDataC$set_basepoints_x(x)
Arguments
x

A recall value.


Method set_basepoints_y()

Set pre-calculated precision values for curve evaluation.

Usage
TestDataC$set_basepoints_y(y)
Arguments
y

A precision value.


Method get_basepoints_x()

Get pre-calculated recall values for curve evaluation.

Usage
TestDataC$get_basepoints_x()

Method get_basepoints_y()

Get pre-calculated precision values for curve evaluation.

Usage
TestDataC$get_basepoints_y()

Method set_textpos_x()

Set the position x for displaying the test result in a plot.

Usage
TestDataC$set_textpos_x(x)
Arguments
x

Position x of the test result.


Method set_textpos_y()

Set the y position for displaying the test result in a plot.

Usage
TestDataC$set_textpos_y(y)
Arguments
y

Position y of the test result.


Method set_textpos_x2()

Set the x position for displaying the test result in a plot.

Usage
TestDataC$set_textpos_x2(x)
Arguments
x

Position x of the test result.


Method set_textpos_y2()

Set the y position for displaying the test result in a plot.

Usage
TestDataC$set_textpos_y2(y)
Arguments
y

Position y of the test result.


Method get_textpos_x()

Get the position x for displaying the test result in a plot.

Usage
TestDataC$get_textpos_x()

Method get_textpos_y()

Get the position y for displaying the test result in a plot.

Usage
TestDataC$get_textpos_y()

Method get_textpos_x2()

Get the x position for displaying the test result in a plot.

Usage
TestDataC$get_textpos_x2()

Method get_textpos_y2()

Get the y position for displaying the test result in a plot.

Usage
TestDataC$get_textpos_y2()

Method clone()

The objects of this class are cloneable with this method.

Usage
TestDataC$clone(deep = FALSE)
Arguments
deep

Whether to make a deep clone.

See Also

create_testset for creating a list of test datasets. It is derived from TestDataB.

Examples

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## Initialize with scores, labels, and a dataset name
testset <- TestDataC$new(c(0.1, 0.2), c(1, 0), "c4")
testset

## Set base points
testset$set_basepoints_x(c(0.13, 0.2))
testset$set_basepoints_y(c(0.5, 0.6))
testset

prcbench documentation built on April 7, 2021, 5:10 p.m.