Description Usage Arguments Examples

View source: R/procedural_ring.R

Generates data from a contrived algorithm in which a point continuously moves around the circumference of a circle and offsets randomly from the circle boundary based on user-set parameters such as eps.

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procedural_ring(
seed = 3,
n = 400,
n_circles = 4,
r_0 = 5000,
eps = 500,
eps_big = 5000,
p_defect = 0.1,
delta = 2.02
)
``` |

`seed` |
The seed number |

`n` |
The number of steps to make around the circumference of the circle |

`n_circles` |
The number of times to repeat the algorithm (results are overlaid and interpolated) |

`r_0` |
The radius of the circle |

`eps` |
The base amount to offset from the circumference of the circle |

`eps_big` |
If there is a 'defect', the point jumps to this large radius + eps + noise |

`p_defect` |
The probability of a defect (an unusualy high offset) |

`delta` |
The angle (in degrees) between successive radial movements around the circumference (+/-1 deg is added) |

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