jitter_power | R Documentation |

Compute the statistical power of a spatial relative risk function using previously collected data.

```
jitter_power(
obs_data,
sim_total = 2,
samp_control = c("uniform", "CSR", "MVN"),
s_control = 1,
alpha = 0.05,
p_correct = "none",
parallel = FALSE,
n_core = 2,
verbose = TRUE,
...,
cascon = lifecycle::deprecated(),
lower_tail = lifecycle::deprecated(),
upper_tail = lifecycle::deprecated()
)
```

This function computes the statistical power of the spatial relative risk function (nonparametric estimate of relative risk by kernel smoothing) for previously collected studies with known case and control locations.

The function uses the `risk`

function to estimate the spatial relative risk function and forces the `tolerate`

argument to be TRUE in order to calculate asymptotic p-values.

If `samp_control = "uniform"`

the control locations are randomly generated uniformly within the dow of `obs_data`

. By default, the resolution is an integer value of 128 and can be specified using the `resolution`

argument in the internally called `risk`

function.

If `samp_control = "CSR"`

the control locations are randomly generated assuming complete spatial randomness (homogeneous Poisson process) within the dow of `obs_data`

with a `lambda = number of controls / [resolution x resolution]`

. By default, the resolution is an integer value of 128 and can be specified using the `resolution`

argument in the internally called `risk`

function.

If `samp_control = "MVN"`

the control locations are randomly generated assuming a multivariate normal distribution *centered at each observed location*. The optional argument `s_control`

specifies the standard deviation of the multivariate normal distribution (1 by default) in the units of the `obs_data`

.

The function computes a one-sided hypothesis test for case clustering (`alpha = 0.05`

by default). The function also computes a two-sided hypothesis test for case clustering and control clustering (lower tail = 0.025 and upper tail = 0.975).

The function has functionality for a correction for multiple testing. If `p_correct = "FDR"`

, calculates a False Discovery Rate by Benjamini and Hochberg. If `p_correct = "Sidak"`

, calculates a Sidak correction. If `p_correct = "Bonferroni"`

, calculates a Bonferroni correction. If `p_correct = "none"`

(the default), then the function does not account for multiple testing and uses the uncorrected `alpha`

level. See the internal `pval_correct`

function documentation for more details.

An object of class "list". This is a named list with the following components:

`sim`

An object of class 'rrs' for the first iteration of simulated data.

`out`

An object of class 'rrs' for the observed spatial relative risk function without randomization.

`rr_mean`

Vector of length

`[resolution x resolution]`

of the mean relative risk values at each gridded knot.`pval_mean`

Vector of length

`[resolution x resolution]`

of the mean asymptotic p-value at each gridded knot.`rr_sd`

Vector of length

`[resolution x resolution]`

of the standard deviation of relative risk values at each gridded knot.`pval_prop_cascon`

Vector of length

`[resolution x resolution]`

of the proportion of asymptotic p-values that were significant for both case and control locations at each gridded knot.`pval_prop_cas`

Vector of length

`[resolution x resolution]`

of the proportion of asymptotic p-values that were significant for only case locations at each gridded knot.`rx`

Vector of length

`[resolution x resolution]`

of the x-coordinates of each gridded knot.`ry`

Vector of length

`[resolution x resolution]`

of the y-coordinates of each gridded knot.`n_cas`

Vector of length

`sim_total`

of the number of case locations simulated in each iteration.`n_con`

Vector of length

`sim_total`

of the number of control locations simulated in each iteration.`bandw`

Vector of length

`sim_total`

of the bandwidth (of numerator) used in each iteration.`s_obs`

Vector of length

`sim_total`

of the global s statistic.`t_obs`

Vector of length

`sim_total`

of the global t statistic.`alpha`

Vector of length

`sim_total`

of the (un)corrected critical p-values.

`risk`

for additional arguments for bandwidth selection, edge correction, and resolution.

```
# Using the 'chorley' data set from 'spatstat.data' package
data(chorley, package="spatstat.data")
f1 <- jitter_power(obs_data = unique(chorley),
samp_control = "CSR",
verbose = FALSE)
```

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