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Plotting Functional Response Predictions

This function is to be used for functional responses. It outputs a ggplot() object of the predicted functional responses.

Usage
fnn.plot(
  FNN_Predict_Object,
  Basis_Type = "fourier",
  domain_range = c(0, 1),
  step_size = 0.01
)
Arguments
FNN_Predict_Object

An object output by the fnn.predict() function. Must be for when the problem is that of a functional response.

Basis_Type

The type of basis to use to create the functional response.

domain_range

The continuum range of the functional responses.

step_size

The size of the movement from the lower bound of the domanin_range to the upper bound.

Details

No additional details for now.

Value

The following are returned:

plot -- A ggplot() object of the predicted functional responses.

evaluations -- The discrete evaluations across the domain of the functional response.

Aliases
  • fnn.plot
Examples
# NOT RUN {
# libraries
library(fda)

# Loading data
data("daily")

# Creating functional data
temp_data = array(dim = c(65, 35, 1))
tempbasis65  = create.fourier.basis(c(0,365), 65)
tempbasis7 = create.bspline.basis(c(0,365), 7, norder = 4)
timepts = seq(1, 365, 1)
temp_fd = Data2fd(timepts, daily$tempav, tempbasis65)
prec_fd = Data2fd(timepts, daily$precav, tempbasis7)
prec_fd$coefs = scale(prec_fd$coefs)

# Data set up
temp_data[,,1] = temp_fd$coefs
resp_mat = prec_fd$coefs

# Non functional covariate
weather_scalar = data.frame(total_prec = apply(daily$precav, 2, sum))

# Splitting into test and train
ind = 1:30
nbasis = 65
weather_data_train <- array(dim = c(nbasis, length(ind), 1))
weather_data_test <- array(dim = c(nbasis, ncol(daily$tempav) - length(ind), 1))
weather_data_train[,,1] = temp_data[, ind, ]
weather_data_test[,,1] = temp_data[, -ind, ]
scalar_train = data.frame(weather_scalar[ind,1])
scalar_test = data.frame(weather_scalar[-ind,1])
resp_train = t(resp_mat[,ind])
resp_test = t(resp_mat[,-ind])

# Running model
weather_func_fnn <- fnn.fit(resp = resp_train,
                            func_cov = weather_data_train,
                            scalar_cov = scalar_train,
                            basis_choice = c("bspline"),
                            num_basis = c(7),
                            hidden_layers = 2,
                            neurons_per_layer = c(1024, 1024),
                            activations_in_layers = c("sigmoid", "linear"),
                            domain_range = list(c(1, 365)),
                            epochs = 300,
                            learn_rate = 0.01,
                            func_resp_method = 1)

# Getting predictions
predictions = fnn.predict(weather_func_fnn,
                          weather_data_test,
                          scalar_cov = scalar_test,
                          basis_choice = c("bspline"),
                          num_basis = c(7),
                          domain_range = list(c(1, 365)))

# Looking at plot
fnn.plot(predictions, domain_range = c(1, 365), step_size = 1, Basis_Type = "bspline")
# }
# NOT RUN {
# }
Documentation reproduced from package FuncNN, version 1.0, License: GPL-3

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