Rebecca Killick

Rebecca Killick

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Implements various mainstream and specialised changepoint methods for finding single and multiple changepoints within data. Many popular non-parametric and frequentist methods are included. The cpt.mean(), cpt.var(), cpt.meanvar() functions should be your first point of call.

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Tools for automatic model selection and diagnostics for Climate and Environmental data. In particular the envcpt() function does automatic model selection between a variety of trend, changepoint and autocorrelation models. The envcpt() function should be your first port of call.

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Implements the high-dimensional changepoint detection method GeomCP and the related mappings used for changepoint detection. These methods view the changepoint problem from a geometrical viewpoint and aim to extract relevant geometrical features in order to detect changepoints. The geomcp() function should be your first point of call. References: Grundy et al. (2020) <doi:10.1007/s11222-020-09940-y>.

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Implements the multiple changepoint algorithm PELT with a nonparametric cost function based on the empirical distribution of the data. This package extends the changepoint package (see Killick, R and Eckley, I (2014) <doi:10.18637/jss.v058.i03> ).

mvLSW

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Tools for analysing multivariate time series with wavelets. This includes: simulation of a multivariate locally stationary wavelet (mvLSW) process from a multivariate evolutionary wavelet spectrum (mvEWS); estimation of the mvEWS, local coherence and local partial coherence. See Park, Eckley and Ombao (2014) <doi:10.1109/TSP.2014.2343937> for details.