generateTestData_1D: Generate simulated 1D dataset for testing

Description Usage Arguments Value Examples

View source: R/generateTestData.R

Description

Generate simple 1D dataset with two contexts, where the data are generated from Gaussian distributions. The generated output contains two datasets, where each dataset contains 4 global clusters, originating from two local clusters in each context.

Usage

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generateTestData_1D(groupCounts, means)

Arguments

groupCounts

Number of data samples in each global cluster. It is assumed to be a vector of four elements: c(c11, c21, c12, c22) where cij is the number of samples coming from cluster i in context 1 and cluster j in context 2.

means

Means of the simulated clusters. It is assumed to be a vector of two elements: c(m1, m2) where m1 is the mean of the first cluster in both contexts, and m2 is the mean of the second cluster in both contexts.

Value

Returns the simulated datasets together with true assignmets.

data

List of datasets for each context. This can be used as an input for the contextCluster function.

groups

True cluster assignments that were used to generate the data.

Examples

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groupCounts <- c(50, 10, 40, 60)
means <- c(-1.5,1.5)
testData <- generateTestData_1D(groupCounts, means)
# Use the dataset as an input for the contextCluster function for testing
datasets <- testData$data

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