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View source: R/fcn_qualities.R

Ranges between 0 (worst score) and 1 (best score). Input 'x' is a vector of counts (or probabilities) for equally spaced bins in a histogram. A uniform distribution (e.g. c(3,3,3) will get a score of 1. The worst possible case (e.g. c(4,0,0)), will get a score of 0, and a linear increasing function (e.g. c(1,2,3)) will get something in between (0.585 here)

1 | ```
qualUniform(x, weight = vector())
``` |

`x` |
Vector of numeric intensity/count values (e.g. ID's per RT bin); bins are assumed to have equal widths |

`weight` |
Vector of weights for values in 'x' (same length as 'x'). |

In addition, bin values can be weighted (e.g. by their confidence). The total sum of weights is normalized to 1 internally.

The distance function used is the square root of the absolute difference between a uniform distribution and the input 'x' (summed for each element of 'x'). This distance is normalized to the worst possible input (e.g. one bin with 100

Value between [0, 1]

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 | ```
stopifnot(qualUniform(c(3,3,3))==1)
stopifnot(qualUniform(c(4,0,0))==0)
## how 'uniform' is a vector where only a single index has weight?-- answer: very
stopifnot(qualUniform(c(4,0,0), c(1,0,0))==1)
stopifnot(qualUniform(c(4,0,0), c(0,1,0))==1)
stopifnot(qualUniform(c(0,4,0))==0)
stopifnot(abs(qualUniform(c(3,2,1))-0.58578) < 0.0001)
stopifnot(abs(qualUniform(c(1,2,3))-0.58578) < 0.0001)
stopifnot(qualUniform(c(1,2,3), c(0,1,0))==1)
stopifnot(abs(qualUniform(c(1,2,3))-0.58578) < 0.0001)
stopifnot(abs(qualUniform(c(1,2,3), c(0,1,1))- 0.590316) < 0.0001)
stopifnot(abs(qualUniform(c(2,3), c(1,1))-0.552786) < 0.0001)
stopifnot(abs(qualUniform(1:120)-0.38661) < 0.0001)
``` |

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