get_partition_indices: Select indices to partition the data into training & testing...

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) Examples

View source: R/partition.R

Description

Use this function to get the row indices for the training set.

Usage

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get_partition_indices(
  outcomes,
  training_frac = 0.8,
  groups = NULL,
  group_partitions = NULL
)

Arguments

outcomes

vector of outcomes

training_frac

Fraction of data for training set (default: 0.8). Rows from the dataset will be randomly selected for the training set, and all remaining rows will be used in the testing set. Alternatively, if you provide a vector of integers, these will be used as the row indices for the training set. All remaining rows will be used in the testing set.

groups

Vector of groups to keep together when splitting the data into train and test sets. If the number of groups in the training set is larger than kfold, the groups will also be kept together for cross-validation. Length matches the number of rows in the dataset (default: NULL).

group_partitions

Specify how to assign groups to the training and testing partitions (default: NULL). If groups specifies that some samples belong to group "A" and some belong to group "B", then setting group_partitions = list(train = c("A", "B"), test = c("B")) will result in all samples from group "A" being placed in the training set, some samples from "B" also in the training set, and the remaining samples from "B" in the testing set. The partition sizes will be as close to training_frac as possible. If the number of groups in the training set is larger than kfold, the groups will also be kept together for cross-validation.

Details

If groups is NULL, uses createDataPartition. Otherwise, uses create_grouped_data_partition().

Set the seed prior to calling this function if you would like your data partitions to be reproducible (recommended).

Value

Vector of row indices for the training set.

Author(s)

Kelly Sovacool, sovacool@umich.edu

Examples

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training_inds <- get_partition_indices(otu_mini_bin$dx)
train_data <- otu_mini_bin[training_inds, ]
test_data <- otu_mini_bin[-training_inds, ]

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