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View source: R/qat_analyse_roc_rule_dynamic_1d.R

This check tests data on whether the change between two consecutive data points exceeds a dynamic threshold.

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`measurement_vector` |
The measurement vector, which should be tested |

`max_upward_vector` |
A vector which consists of the threshold values for upward changes, with the same dimension like the measurement vector |

`max_downward_vector` |
A vector which consists of the threshold values for downward changes, with the same dimension like the measurement vector and have to be positive definite |

`upward_vector_name` |
A name or title of the upward vector, which will be given back in the result |

`downward_vector_name` |
A name or title of the downward vector, which will be given back in the result |

`upward_vector_identifier` |
The identifier of the upward vector |

`downward_vector_identifier` |
The identifier of the downward vector |

This check tests two consecutive elements, on wether the change of values between those two exceeds the upward or downward threshold. The result will be given back as a list, which contains the result of the test as a flagvector and its parameters. For every change between two elements of the measurement vector the flagvector contains a -1, if its exceeding its dedicated downward vector element, a 1, if its exceeding its dedicated upward vector element, or a 0, when no exceeding has happend. NaN-values in the measurement vector will be given back as a 0 in the flagvector, NaN-values in the upward or downward-vector are considered as not existing.

It returns a list with the following entries:

`flagvector` |
A vector of length of measurement vector. For every change between two elements of the measurement vector the flagvector contains a -1, if its exceeding its dedicated downward vector element, a 1, if its exceeding its dedicated upward vector element, or a 0, when no exceeding has happend. |

`max_upward_vector` |
Give back the given max\_upward\_vector |

`max_downward_vector` |
Give back the given max\_downward\_vector |

`upward_vector_name` |
Give back the given upward\_vector\_name |

`downward_vector_name` |
Give back the given downward\_vector\_name |

Andre Duesterhus

Meek, D.W., Hatfield, J.L. (1994) Data quality checking for single station meteorological databases, \_Agricultural and Forest Meteorology\_, *69* (1-2), 85-109.

`qat_plot_roc_rule_dynamic_1d`

, `qat_call_roc_rule`

, `qat_analyse_roc_rule_static_1d`

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vec <- rnorm(100)
min_vector<-seq(1,2,length.out=100)
max_vector<-seq(1,2,length.out=100)
result <- qat_analyse_roc_rule_dynamic_1d(vec, min_vector, max_vector,
upward_vector_name="upward vector", downward_vector_name="downward vector")
``` |

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