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From SpiderMan to Hero Archetypal Analysis in R
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From SpiderMan to Hero Archetypal Analysis in R
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Archetypal analysis has the aim to represent observations in a multivariate data setas convex combinations of extremal points. This approach was introduced by Cutler andBreiman (1994); they dened the concrete problem, laid out the theoretical foundationsand presented an algorithm written in Fortran. In this paper we present the R packagearchetyp...
Archetypal analysis has the aim to represent observations in a multivariate data setas convex combinations of extremal points. This approach was introduced by Cutler andBreiman (1994); they dened the concrete problem, laid out the theoretical foundationsand presented an algorithm written in Fortran. In this paper we present the R packagearchetypes which is available on the Comprehensive R Archive Network. The packageprovides an implementation of the archetypal analysis algorithm within R and dierentexploratory tools to analyze the algorithm during its execution and its nal result. Theapplication of the package is demonstrated on two examples.
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Journal of Statistical Software, Vol 30, Iss 8 (2009)
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From SpiderMan to Hero  Archetypal Analysis in R
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From SpiderMan to Hero  Archetypal Analysis in R
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Archetypal analysis has the aim to represent observations in a multivariate data set as convex combinations of extremal points. This approach was introduced by Cutler and Breiman (1994); they defined the concrete problem, laid out the theoretical foundations and presented an algorithm written in Fortran. In this paper we present the R package ar...
Archetypal analysis has the aim to represent observations in a multivariate data set as convex combinations of extremal points. This approach was introduced by Cutler and Breiman (1994); they defined the concrete problem, laid out the theoretical foundations and presented an algorithm written in Fortran. In this paper we present the R package archetypes which is available on the Comprehensive R Archive Network. The package provides an implementation of the archetypal analysis algorithm within R and different exploratory tools to analyze the algorithm during its execution and its final result. The application of the package is demonstrated on two examples.
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Suggests MASS, vcd, mlbench, ggplot2
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Suggests MASS, vcd, mlbench, ggplot2
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Description The main function archetypes implements a framework for archetypal analysis supporting arbitary problem solving mechanisms for the different conceputal parts of the algorithm.
Description The main function archetypes implements a framework for archetypal analysis supporting arbitary problem solving mechanisms for the different conceputal parts of the algorithm.
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Depends methods ; stats ; modeltools ; nnls (> = 1.1
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Weighted and Robust Archetypal Analysis
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Weighted and Robust Archetypal Analysis
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Archetypal analysis represents observations in a multivariate data set as convex combinations of a few extremal points lying on the boundary of the convex hull. Data points which vary from the majority have great influence on the solution; in fact one outlier can break down the archetype solution. This paper adapts the original algorithm to be a...
Archetypal analysis represents observations in a multivariate data set as convex combinations of a few extremal points lying on the boundary of the convex hull. Data points which vary from the majority have great influence on the solution; in fact one outlier can break down the archetype solution. This paper adapts the original algorithm to be a robust Mestimator and presents an iteratively reweighted least squares fitting algorithm. As required first step, the weighted archetypal problem is formulated and solved. The algorithm is demonstrated using both an artificial and a real world example. 1
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benchmark analysis toolbox
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benchmark analysis toolbox
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First steps toward a comprehensive
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License GPL (> = 2)
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Description The benchmark package provides a toolbox for setup,execution and analysis of benchmark experiments. Main focus is the analysis of data accumulating during the execution one primary objective is the statistical correct computation of the candidate algorithms ' order.
Description The benchmark package provides a toolbox for setup,execution and analysis of benchmark experiments. Main focus is the analysis of data accumulating during the execution one primary objective is the statistical correct computation of the candidate algorithms ' order.
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Depends utils ; proto ; ggplot2 ; reshape ; relations Suggests coin ; multcomp ; lme4 ; e1071 ; entropy ; archetypes ; Rgraphviz
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Having the Second Leg at Home  Advantage in the UEFA Champions League Knockout Phase?
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Having the Second Leg at Home  Advantage in the UEFA Champions League Knockout Phase?
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In soccer knockout ties, which are played in a twolegged format, the team having the return match at home is usually seen as advantaged. For checking this common belief, we analyzed matches of the UEFA Champions League knockout phase since 1994/1995. It is shown that the observed differences in frequencies of winning between teams first playing...
In soccer knockout ties, which are played in a twolegged format, the team having the return match at home is usually seen as advantaged. For checking this common belief, we analyzed matches of the UEFA Champions League knockout phase since 1994/1995. It is shown that the observed differences in frequencies of winning between teams first playing away and those which are first playing at home can be completely explained by their performances on the group stage andâ€”more importantlyâ€”by the teams' general strength. ; Other Sport, home field advantage, knockout matches, logit model, soccer, UEFA Champions League
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http://www.stat.unimuenchen.de SpiderMan, the Child, and the Trickster 1 – Archetypal Analysis in R
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http://www.stat.unimuenchen.de SpiderMan, the Child, and the Trickster 1 – Archetypal Analysis in R
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Archetypal analysis has the aim to represent observations in a multivariate data set as convex combinations of extremal points. This approach was introduced by Cutler and Breiman (1994); they defined the concrete problem, laid out the theoretical foundations and presented an algorithm written in Fortran, which is available on request. In this pa...
Archetypal analysis has the aim to represent observations in a multivariate data set as convex combinations of extremal points. This approach was introduced by Cutler and Breiman (1994); they defined the concrete problem, laid out the theoretical foundations and presented an algorithm written in Fortran, which is available on request. In this paper we present the R package archetypes which is available on the Comprehensive R Archive Network. The package provides an implementation of the archetypal analysis algorithm within R and different exploratory tools to analyze the algorithm during its execution and its final result. The application of the package is demonstrated on two examples.
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CONTRIBUTED RESEARCH ARTICLES 53 osmar: OpenStreetMap and R
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CONTRIBUTED RESEARCH ARTICLES 53 osmar: OpenStreetMap and R
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Abstract OpenStreetMap provides freely accessible and editable geographic data. The osmar package smoothly integrates the OpenStreetMap project into the R ecosystem. The osmar package provides infrastructure to access OpenStreetMap data from different sources, to enable working with the OSM data in the familiar R idiom, and to convert the data i...
Abstract OpenStreetMap provides freely accessible and editable geographic data. The osmar package smoothly integrates the OpenStreetMap project into the R ecosystem. The osmar package provides infrastructure to access OpenStreetMap data from different sources, to enable working with the OSM data in the familiar R idiom, and to convert the data into objects based on classes provided by existing R packages. This paper explains the package’s concept and shows how to use it. As an application we present a simple navigation device.
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From SpiderMan to Hero – Archetypal Analysis in R
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Archetypal analysis has the aim to represent observations in a multivariate data set as convex combinations of extremal points. This approach was introduced by Cutler and Breiman (1994); they defined the concrete problem, laid out the theoretical foundations and presented an algorithm written in Fortran. In this paper we present the R package ar...
Archetypal analysis has the aim to represent observations in a multivariate data set as convex combinations of extremal points. This approach was introduced by Cutler and Breiman (1994); they defined the concrete problem, laid out the theoretical foundations and presented an algorithm written in Fortran. In this paper we present the R package archetypes which is available on the Comprehensive R Archive Network. The package provides an implementation of the archetypal analysis algorithm within R and different exploratory tools to analyze the algorithm during its execution and its final result. The application of the package is demonstrated on two examples.
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(877) Beaudette, Florian
(877) Behrens, Ulf
(877) Belforte, Stefano
(877) Beliy, Nikita
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(23) transverse momentum dependence
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(17) 7000 8000 gev cms
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(16) jet transverse momentum
(16) monte carlo
(15) channel cross section measured
(15) signature
(14) dilepton final state
(14) jet multiplicity
(14) lead
(13) higher order 1
(13) new physics search for
(12) nucl ex
(12) supersymmetry
(12) technische reports
(11) cross section upper limit
(11) differential cross section measured
(11) higgs particle mass
(11) quantum chromodynamics
(11) quantum chromodynamics perturbation theory
(10) channel cross section branching ratio upper limit
(10) heavy ion scattering
(10) p p colliding beams
(9) higgs particle decay modes
(9) lepton final state
(9) lepton multiplicity
(9) standard model validity test
(8) impact parameter dependence
(8) vector boson leptonic decay
(8) w associated production
(7) archetypal analysis
(7) bottom pair production
(7) convex hull
(7) jet multiple production
(7) mass dependence
(7) new particle search for
(7) p p higgs particle anything
(7) parton distribution function
(7) r
(7) sensitivity
(7) w hadroproduction
(7) z0 associated production
(7) z0 leptonic decay
(6) 2760 gev cms nucleon
(6) detectors and experimental techniques
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(6) higgs particle associated production
(6) higgs particle tau tau
(6) jet hadroproduction
(6) jet inclusive production
(6) p p interaction
(6) photon associated production
(6) stop mass lower limit
(6) stop pair production
(6) top rare decay
(6) top w bottom
(6) transverse momentum missing energy
(6) z0 hadroproduction
(5) cross section ratio
(5) parton showers
(5) top single production
(5) vector boson associated production
(5) w leptonic decay
(4) benchmark
(4) channel cross section branching ratio measured
(4) coupling yukawa
(4) cross section measured
(4) data analysis method
(4) ddc 310
(4) ddc 510
(4) dilepton same sign
(4) dimuon mass spectrum
(4) electroweak interaction
(4) ggplot2
(4) gluon gluon fusion
(4) gravitation
(4) higgs particle coupling
(4) higgs particle hadroproduction
(4) higgs particle leptonic decay
(4) higher order 2
(4) info eu repo classification ddc 610
(4) jet transverse momentum high
(4) kinematics
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(10) Astronomy [52*]
(7) Chemistry [54*]
(3) Mathematics [51*]
(2) Computer science, knowledge & systems [00*]
(2) Statistics [31*]
(2) Medicine & health [61*]
(1) Other religions [29*]
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(1) Engineering [62*]
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(256) 2013
(227) 2012
(109) 2011
(31) 2010
(8) 2015
(5) 2008
(3) 2009
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(3) ArXiv.org
(2) RePEc.org
(2) Wollongong Univ.
(1) DOAJ Articles
(1) Munich LMU: Digital theses
(1) PubMed Central
(1) Aachen RWTH: Publications
(1) Karlsruhe Univ.: Scientific Articles Repository
(1) Bern Univ.: BORIS
(1) Zurich Univ.: ZORA
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(512) Unknown
(406) English
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(270) Article, Journals
(20) Text
(14) Primary Data
(13) Reports, Papers, Lectures
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(231) Open Access
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