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#' @title Ward clustering with soft contiguity contraints
#'
#' @description Implements a Ward-like hierarchical clustering
#' algorithm including soft contiguity constraints. The algorithm takes as
#' input two dissimilarity matrices \code{D0} and \code{D1} and a mixing
#' parameter alpha between 0 an 1. The dissimilarities can be non euclidean
#' and the weights of the observations can be non uniform. The first matrix
#' gives the dissimilarities in the "feature space". The second matrix gives
#' the dissimilarities in the "constraint" space. For instance, \code{D1}
#' can be a matrix of geographical distances or a matrix build from
#' a contiguity matrix. The mixing parameter \code{alpha} sets the importance
#' of the constraint in the clustering process.
#'
#' @param D0 an object of class \code{dist} with the dissimilarities between the n observations.
#' The function \code{\link{as.dist}} can be used to transform an object of
#' class \code{matrix} to object of class \code{dist}.
#' @param D1 an object of class "dist" with other dissimilarities between the
#' same n observations.
#' @param alpha a real value between 0 and 1. This mixing parameter gives the
#' relative importance of \code{D0} compared to \code{D1}.
#' By default, this parameter is equal to 0 and \code{D0} is used alone in the
#' clustering process.
#' @param wt vector with the weights of the observations. By default, wt=NULL corresponds to
#' the case where all observations are weighted by 1/n.
#' @param scale if TRUE the two dissimilarity matric \code{D0} and \code{D1}
#' are scaled i.e. divided by their max. If \code{D1}=NULL, this parameter
#' is no used and D0 is not scaled.
#'
#' @return Returns an object of class \code{\link{hclust}}.
#'
#' @details The criterion minimized at each stage is a convex combination of
#' the homogeneity criterion calculated with \code{D0} and the homogeneity
#' criterion calculated with \code{D1}. The parameter \code{alpha} (the weight
#' of this convex combination) controls the importance of the constraint
#' in the quality of the solutions. When \code{alpha} increases,
#' the homogeneity calculated with \code{D0} decreases whereas the
#' homogeneity calculated with \code{D1} increases.
#'
#' @examples
#' data(estuary)
#' # with one dissimilarity matrix
#' w <- estuary$map@data$POPULATION # non uniform weights
#' D <- dist(estuary$dat)
#' tree <- hclustgeo(D,wt=w)
#' sum(tree$height)
#' inertdiss(D,wt=w)
#' inert(estuary$dat,w=w)
#' plot(tree,labels=FALSE)
#' part <- cutree(tree,k=5)
#' sp::plot(estuary$map, border = "grey", col = part)
#'
#' # with two dissimilarity matrix
#' D0 <- dist(estuary$dat) # the socio-demographic distances
#' D1 <- as.dist(estuary$D.geo) # the geographical distances
#' alpha <- 0.2 # the mixing parameter
#' tree <- hclustgeo(D0,D1,alpha=alpha,wt=w)
#' plot(tree,labels=FALSE)
#' part <- cutree(tree,k=5)
#' sp::plot(estuary$map, border = "grey", col = part)
#'
#' @seealso \code{\link{choicealpha}}
#'
#' @references
#' M. Chavent, V. Kuentz-Simonet, A. Labenne, J. Saracco. ClustGeo: an R package
#' for hierarchical clustering with spatial constraints.
#' Comput Stat (2018) 33: 1799-1822.
#'
#' @export
hclustgeo <- function(D0, D1=NULL, alpha=0,scale=TRUE, wt=NULL) {
if (class(D0)!="dist")
stop("DO must be of class dist (use as.dist)",call.=FALSE)
if (!is.null(D1) && (class(D1)!="dist"))
stop("D1 must be of class dist (use as.dist)",call.=FALSE)
n <- as.integer(attr(D0, "Size"))
if (is.null(n))
stop("invalid dissimilarities",call.=FALSE)
if (is.na(n) || n > 65536L)
stop("size cannot be NA nor exceed 65536",call.=FALSE)
if (n < 2)
stop("must have n >= 2 objects to cluster",call.=FALSE)
if (!is.null(D1) && length(D0) != length(D1))
stop("the two dissimilarity structures must have the same size",call.=FALSE)
if ((max(alpha) >1) || (max(alpha) < 0))
stop("Values alpha must be in [0,1]",call. = FALSE)
if ((scale==TRUE) && (!is.null(D1))) {
#Normalized dissimilarity matrices
D0 <- D0/max(D0)
D1 <- D1/max(D1)
}
#Dissimilarity measure (aggregation measure) between singletons
delta0 <- wardinit(D0,wt)
if (!is.null(D1))
delta1 <- wardinit(D1,wt) else delta1 <- 0
delta <-(1-alpha)*delta0 + alpha*delta1
#Hierarchical clustering
res <- stats::hclust(delta,method="ward.D",members=wt)
return(res)
}
#' estuary data
#' @name estuary
#' @format The R dataset estuary is a list of three objects:
#' \itemize{
#' \item{dat: a data frame with the description of the n=303 municipalities on p=4 socio-demographic variables.}
#' \item{D.geo: a matrix with the geographical distances between the town hall of the n=303 municipalities.}
#' \item{map: an object of class \code{SpatialPolygonsDataFrame} with the map of the gironde estuary.}
#' }
#' @source Original data are issued from the French population census of National Institute
#' of Statistics and Economic Studies for year 2009. The agricultural surface has been
#' calculated on data coming from the French National Institute of Geographical and Forestry
#' Information. The calculation of the ratio and recoding of categories have been made by
#' Irstea Bordeaux.
#' @description Data refering to n=303 French municipalities of gironde estuary (a south-ouest French county).
#' The data are issued from the French population census conducted by the National Institute
#' of Statistics and Economic Studies. The dataset is an extraction of four quantitative
#' socio-economic variables for a subsample of 303 French municipalities located on the
#' atlantic coast between Royan and Mimizan. \code{employ.rate.city} is the employment rate
#' of the municipality, that is the ratio of the number of individuals who have a job to
#' the population of working age (generally defined, for the purposes of international
#' comparison, as persons of between 15 and 64 years of age). \code{graduate.rate} refers
#' to the level of education of the population that is the highest degree declared by the
#' individual. It is defined here as the ratio for the whole population having completed
#' a diploma equivalent or of upper level to two years of higher education
#' (DUT, BTS, DEUG, nursing and social training courses, license, maitrise, master, DEA, DESS, doctorate, or Grande Ecole diploma).
#' \code{housing.appart} is the ratio of apartment housing. \code{agri.land} is the part of
#' agricultural area of the municipality.
#' @keywords data
#' @references
#' M. Chavent, V. Kuentz-Simonet, A. Labenne, J. Saracco. ClustGeo: an R package
#' for hierarchical clustering with spatial constraints.
#' Comput Stat (2018) 33: 1799-1822.
#'
#' @examples
#' data(estuary)
#' names(estuary)
#' head(estuary$dat)
NULL
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