Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) Examples

The function implements a MLE based algorithm to search for optimal networks complying with a given node order. It returns a list of networks, with complexities up to some maximal value, that best fit the data.

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`data` |
a |

`pert` |
a binary matrix with the dimensions of |

`maxParentSet` |
an |

`parentSizes` |
an |

`maxComplexity` |
an |

`nodeOrder` |
a |

`nodeCats` |
a |

`parentsPool` |
a |

`fixedParents` |
a |

`edgeProb` |
a square |

`echo` |
a |

`softmode` |
a |

`dagsOnly` |
a |

`classes` |
a binary matrix with the dimensions of |

`clsdist` |
class separation distance function, currently 1(‘chisq’) and 2(‘kl’) are supported |

The `data`

can be a matrix of `character`

categories with rows specifying the node-variables and columns assumed to be independent samples from an unknown network, or
a `data.frame`

with columns specifying the nodes and rows being the samples.

The number of node categories are obtained from the sample. If given, the `nodeCats`

is used as a list of categories. In that case, `nodeCats`

should include the node categories presented in the data.

The function returns a list of networks, one for each admissible complexity within the
specified range. The networks in the list are the Maximum Likelihood estimates in the class of networks having the given topological order of the nodes and complexity.
When `maxComplexity`

is not given, thus zero, its value is reset to the maximum possible complexity for the given parent set size. When `nodeOrder`

is not given or `NULL`

, the order of the nodes in the data is taken, `1,2,...`

.

The parameters `parentsPool`

and `fixedParents`

allow the user to put some exclusion/inclusion constrains on the possible parenthood of the nodes. They should be given as lists of index vectors, one for each node.

The rows in `edgeProb`

correspond to the nodes in the sample. The [i,j]-th element in `edgeProb`

specifies
a prior probability for the j-th node to be a parent of the i-th one.
In calculating the prior probability of a network all edges are assumed independent Bernoulli random variables.
The elements of `edgeProb`

are cropped in the range [0,1], such that the zero probabilities effectively exclude the corresponding edges, while the ones force them.

A `catNetworkEvaluate`

object

N. Balov

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cnet <- cnRandomCatnet(numnodes=12, maxpars=3, numcats=2)
psamples <- cnSamples(object=cnet, numsamples=100)
nodeOrder <- sample(1:12)
nets <- cnSearchOrder(data=psamples, pert=NULL,
maxParentSet=2, maxComplexity=36, nodeOrder)
## next we find the network with complexity of the original one and plot it
cc <- cnComplexity(object=cnet)
cnFind(object=nets, complx=cc)
``` |

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