Description Usage Arguments Examples

Deriving the Network Median. The network median is found for each iteration. Values are removed, one at a time, across the iteration, with the removal specified by the group option. To run this over a time-series the group would be the date. The final product is a column of the network median that can be used as a proxy in other analyses.

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networkmedianFUN(x, group, obs, by.group = T, id = NA, statistic = median)
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`group` |
An identifying variable. |

`obs` |
The data to derive the network median from. |

`by.group` |
This option is if the iterations need to happen over the group (default, 'TRUE'). 'FALSE' uses all values. |

`id` |
This is an option if some column is required to remain in the final output (e.g. site). Default is 'NA'. |

`statistic` |
This is the statistic to summarise the data. Default is 'median'. Other options are 'mean' or 'sd'. |

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