vecv | R Documentation |

vecv is used to calculate the variance explained by predictive models based on cross-validation. The vecv is based on the differences between the predicted values for, and the observed values of, validation samples for cross-validation. It measures the proportion of variation in the validation data explained by the predicted values obtained from predictive models based on cross-validation.

vecv(obs, pred)

`obs` |
observation values of validation samples. |

`pred` |
prediction values of predictive models for validation samples. |

a numeric number.

Jin Li

Li, J., 2016. Assessing spatial predictive models in the environmental sciences: accuracy. measures, data variation and variance explained. Environmental Modelling & Software 80 1-8.

set.seed(1234) x <- sample(1:30, 30) e <- rnorm(30, 1) y <- x + e vecv(x, y) y <- 0.8 * x + e vecv(x, y)

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