View source: R/disclosure_risk.R
disclosure_risk  R Documentation 
The disclosure risk function is used by is_sensitive()
to determine the risk of
a raster
cell. It returns a score between 0 and 1 for cells that have a finite
value (otherwise NA
).
disclosure_risk(x, risk_type = x$risk_type)
x 

risk_type 

Different risk functions include:
external (numeric variable), calculates how much the largest value comprises the total sum within a cell
internal (numeric variable), calculates how much the largest value comprises the sum without the second largest value
discrete (logical variable), calculates the fraction of TRUE
vs FALSE
raster::raster object with the disclosure risk.
Other sensitive:
is_sensitive_at()
,
is_sensitive()
,
plot_sensitive()
,
remove_sensitive()
,
sdc_raster()
,
sensitivity_score()
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