Description Usage Arguments Value Examples

View source: R/WV_weaveClass.R

`weave`

defines and produces a weave object. The difference between weave and
`grpWV`

is their way to apply FUN. In weave, FUN is applied to every
single column; while in grpWV, FUN takes the whole columns in a group as argument.
See also `medWV`

, in which a weave object also is produced, but with
FUN = “median”, interval = c(0, 1) and ifeq = “>”. See `plot.weave`

for plotting instructions.

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`SVobj` |
A samVec object containing data and other information. |

`degree` |
A integer specifying the degree of the polynomail logistic regression that applied to fit the data. |

`FUN` |
A string specifying the function used in weave. |

`interval` |
A value between 0 and 1 to restrict the rankit used. |

`ifeq` |
An bool value indicating whether >= or > is used in comparison. This argument is only valid when it comes tied values. |

A weave object is returned, which is a list containing

- fitY
A list of lists of numerics containing the fitted response values.

- rankit
A list of numerics containing the rankit of the means of the data matrix.

- order
A list of integers containing the order the rankit.

- nWV
An integers indicating the numbers of weave.

- interval
An interval indicating the range of rankit that is used.

- Function
A string indicating the function used in weave.

- ifeq
An bool value indicating whether >= or > is used in comparison. This argument is only valid when it comes tied values.

- selCol
A list of vector of integers containing absolute indexes of choosen columns.

- colInd
A list of vector of integers containing relative indexes of columns.

- labels
A vector of characters, integers or short string marking the groups.

- dataType
A long string containing useful information of the data.

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