Perform a bootstrapped distribution check

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Description

This function calls the described tests, which are defined by the parameters in the workflowlist\_part. The possible called functions are qat\_analyse\_boot\_distribution\_1d.

Usage

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qat_call_boot_distribution(measurement_vector, workflowlist_part, element = -999, 
time = NULL, height = NULL, lat = NULL, lon = NULL, vec1 = NULL, vec2 = NULL, 
vec3 = NULL, vec4 = NULL, resultlist = list(), resultlistcounter = 1)

Arguments

measurement_vector

The measurement vector, which should be tested

workflowlist_part

A list with the parameters of the check

element

Element-identifier for the result, which will be given back in the resultlist

time

A vector of time elements with the length of the measurement vector

height

A vector of height elements with the length of the measurement vector

lat

A vector of latitude elements with the length of the measurement vector

lon

A vector of longitude elements with the length of the measurement vector

vec1

An additional vector, which is named as vec1

vec2

An additional vector, which is named as vec2

vec3

An additional vector, which is named as vec3

vec4

An additional vector, which is named as vec4

resultlist

A list with results of tests

resultlistcounter

Number of elements of the resultlist

Details

This function calls the described tests, which are defined by the parameters in the workflowlist\_part. The possible called functions are qat\_analyse\_boot\_distribution\_1d. As a result the resultlist will get additional entries, which are defined by the tests, which may called by this function.

Value

The given resultlist will be returned, with included results of the functions which may called in this function.

Author(s)

Andre Duesterhus

See Also

qat_analyse_boot_distribution_1d

Examples

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vec <- rnorm(1000)
workflowlist_part <- list(bootruns=1000)
result <- qat_call_boot_distribution(vec, workflowlist_part)

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