Description Usage Arguments Value

Given two functions y1(t) and y2(t), this function finds the L2-distance between the following two curves:
a) y1(t)-y2(t) sampled at all time points (`tp`

)
b) y1(t)-y2(t) sampled at the time points indexed by `index`

(`tp[index]`

).
Note that by setting `y2`

to `rep(0,length(tp))`

, this function can be used to estimate the L2-error in the shape of `y1`

.

1 |

`tp` |
A numerical vector of time points (or spatial coordinates along a single axis) |

`y1` |
A numerical vector of measurements (of the control) |

`y2` |
A numerical vector of measurements (of the experimental condition) |

`start` |
A numerical value representing the start time (or spatial coordinate) of the integration |

`stop` |
A numerical value representing the end time (or spatial coordinate) of the integration |

`index` |
A vector of positive integers representing the indices of |

`numSubdivisions` |
This can be adjusted to ensure the integration doesn't take too long, especially if we aren't overly concerned with rounding errors. |

A numeric value– the L2 error.

ezer/NITPicker documentation built on June 29, 2018, 8:06 p.m.

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