limit

0th

Percentile

Limit the magnitude of elements of a vector

Deals appropriately with objects with a few very large elements

Keywords
math
Usage
limit(x, upper=quantile(Re(x),0.99,na.rm=TRUE),
         lower=quantile(Re(x),0.01,na.rm=TRUE),
         na = FALSE)
Arguments
x

Vector of real or complex values

upper

Upper limit

lower

Lower limit

na

Boolean, with default FALSE meaning to “clip” x (if real) by setting elements of x with x>high to high; if TRUE, set such elements to NA. If x is complex, this argument is ignored

Details

If x is complex, low is ignored and the function returns x, after executing x[abs(x)>high] <- NA.

Aliases
  • limit
Examples
# NOT RUN {
x <- c(rep(1,5),300, -200)
limit(x,100)
limit(x,upper=200,lower= -400)
limit(x,upper=200,lower= -400,na=TRUE)
# }
Documentation reproduced from package elliptic, version 1.4-0, License: GPL-2

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