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2017 Aug 26
1
Find maxima of a function
Please keep the list in cc. Sorry, it didn't work as expected. Maybe someone else have an appropriate solution. Best, Ulrik On Sa., 26. Aug. 2017, 12:57 niharika singhal <niharikasinghal1990 at gmail.com> wrote: > Hi > > Thanks for you mail, > I really appreciate your time on my problem > > I have posted this problem on > > >
2017 Aug 26
2
Fwd: Find maxima of a function
Hi, Thanks for your mail, and time It is not working for some arguments, when mean value is like >6. case mc0 <- c(0.08844446,0.1744455,0.1379778,0.1209769,0.1573065,0. 1134463,0.2074027) rv <-UnivarMixingDistribution(Norm(486.4255, 53.24133), Norm(664.0713, 3.674773), Norm(669.0484, 4.101381),
2017 Aug 24
1
Problem in optimization of Gaussian Mixture model
Hello, I am facing a problem with optimization in R from 2-3 weeks. I have some Gaussian mixtures parameters and I want to find the maximum in that *Parameters are in the form * mean1 mean2 mean3 sigma1 sigma2 sigma3 c1 c2 c3 506.8644 672.8448 829.902 61.02859 9.149168 74.84682 0.1241933 0.6329082 0.2428986 I have used optima and optimx to find the
2017 Aug 27
1
Fwd: Find maxima of a function
Dear Niharika, As I said before, the problem is basically an optimization issue. You should isolate the problematic part from the rest of your study. Sometimes, more information does not help to solution. All the answers from us (Ulrik, David, me) are more or less are correct to find a maximum point. Newton?s method is also correct. But after answers, you only say, it didn?t find the right
2017 Aug 27
1
Fwd: Find maxima of a function
---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: niharika singhal <niharikasinghal1990 at gmail.com> Date: Sun, Aug 27, 2017 at 11:57 AM Subject: Re: Find maxima of a function To: "David Winsemius [via R]" <ml+s789695n4745009h56 at n4.nabble.com>, "Ismail SEZEN [via R]" <ml+s789695n4744993h60 at n4.nabble.com>, Ulrik Stervbo <ulrik.stervbo at gmail.com>
2017 Aug 27
1
Fwd: Find maxima of a function
I have not followed the history of this thread, but I am quite flummoxed as to why the OP is rewriting code to estimate parameters from an univariate Gaussian mixture model when alternatives such as EMCluster (which generally appears to handle initialization better than MClust) exist. Or perhaps there is more to it in which case I apologize. But I thought that I would make the OP aware of the
2017 Aug 26
1
Find maxima of a function
> On 26 Aug 2017, at 16:39, niharika singhal <niharikasinghal1990 at gmail.com> wrote: > > Hi, > > Thanks for your mail, and time > > It is not working for some arguments, when mean value is like >6. > > > case > > mc0 <- c(0.08844446,0.1744455,0.1379778,0.1209769,0.1573065,0. > 1134463,0.2074027) > > rv
2008 Feb 21
1
Finding local maxima (height) in a matrix data (6 spatial coordinates)?
Dear all, I wonder which R algorithm could perform a search of local maxima in an spatial grid, in other words, having the coordinates of a map (x,y,z... up to 6 coordinates) and then the altitude/height at each point (h) (in total 7 numerical variables) I would like to localise the peaks (local maxima) of that topological surface. Which R algorithm can perform this? Thanks a lot, Josep
2013 Mar 20
0
unexpected local minima/maxima with surf.gls
Hi there, I use the surf.gls() function to fit a variable measured over a surface. When I plot the predicted surface, there are local minima/maxima in almost every coordinate where data were measured, which seems aberrant. For instance: ?? x <- c(343,293,343,243,293,343,443,543,593,243,293,343,393,443,493,543,593,143,193,243,293,343,393,443,
2007 Nov 19
0
Using density() and turnpoint to Identify maxima in data
Hi I have a large dataset which follows a multimodal distribution. And I would like to identify the maxima. As the data is obtained from a stochastic simulation, not all maxima in the data are "real maxima of the dirstribution" but rather small random fluctuations. Unfortunately, it is not possible for me to run more simulations to smooth the obtained distribution. What I am doing
2004 May 28
0
MAXIMA - Hitelesítés a(z) hihetetlen csoportban
?dv?z?lj?k az Egyperces olvas?inak t?bor?ban!
2017 Aug 28
1
"Improvement with the R code"
Chuck (Is it fine to call you Chuck?) has far more R jutsu than I do obviously. I don't know much about pmin and factor but it might worth looking into if you want to manipulate states by names (I assume this is why one might want to use it?) generate_transition_matrix <- function(data, states) prop.table(table(head(data, -1), tail(data, -1)), 1)[states,]
2017 Aug 22
2
Rounding of problem with sum command in R
Hello I have a vector v=c(0.08844446,0.1744455,0.1379778,0.1209769,0.1573065,0.1134463,0.2074027) when i do sum(v) or 0.08844446+0.1744455+0.1379778+0.1209769+0.1573065+0.1134463+0.2074027 i am getting output as 1 But if i add them manually i get 1.00000026 I do not want to round of my value since it effect my code further Can anyone suggest how can i avoid this. Thanks & Regards Niharika
2017 Aug 28
0
"Improvement with the R code"
Ok, I assumed you wanted to compute a matrix M for all states such that M[i][j]= transition from state i to state j / number of transition from state i but from what you just answered it looks like you want to compute a matrix M for a set of states S such that: M[S_i][S_j]= transition from state S_i to state S_j / number of transition from state S_i where S_i is in the set S ?
2012 May 03
5
Finding local maxima on a loess surface
If a run a LOESS model and then produce a smoothed surface: Is there any way to determine the coordinates of the local maxima on the surface? [[alternative HTML version deleted]]
2017 Aug 22
1
Rounding of problem with sum command in R
On 2017-08-22 9:26 AM, niharika singhal wrote: > Hello I have a vector > v=c(0.08844446,0.1744455,0.1379778,0.1209769,0.1573065,0.1134463,0.2074027) > when i do > sum(v) > or > 0.08844446+0.1744455+0.1379778+0.1209769+0.1573065+0.1134463+0.2074027 > i am getting output as 1 No:? That's only the display: > sum(v)-1  1.6e-07 ????? hope this helps.? Spencer
2017 Sep 20
1
How to use depmix for HMM with intial parameters
Hello, I have initial parameters for HMM model and I want to use depmixS4 package. The parameters are in the form intial_prob_matrix=matrix(c(0.07614213, 0.45177665, 0.47208122), nrow=1, ncol=3, byrow = TRUE) transition_matrix=matrix(c(0.46666667,0.46666667,0.06666667, 0.06741573,0.5617978,0.37078652, 0.02173913,0.3478261,0.63043478), nrow = 3, ncol =
2009 Jul 23
2
Non-negative solutions to complicated equations
Hi all, I have a system of 3 equations with many defined parameters and 3 variables I need to find solutions to. I actually know the solutions I''m aiming for (0.07,0.287,0.0061) but R tends to give me (0,0,0). I tried the "BB" package but don''t really follow how to refine my solutions from that; these are wrong so far. Here''s my code from trying that: >
2017 Oct 11
0
"Time Series Plotting"
Hi keep your emails to R help, I do not offer private consultance and others could have different opinion how to solve your problem. Did you even try my suggestion? If not, why not? If yes in what respect it does not comply with your expectations. Cheers Petr From: niharika singhal [mailto:niharikasinghal1990 at gmail.com] Sent: Tuesday, October 10, 2017 2:34 PM To: PIKAL Petr <petr.pikal at
2017 Aug 22
1
Rounding of problem with sum command in R
... and following up on Spencer's answer, see the "digits" argument of ?options and ?print.default. Cheers, Bert Bert Gunter "The trouble with having an open mind is that people keep coming along and sticking things into it." -- Opus (aka Berkeley Breathed in his "Bloom County" comic strip ) On Tue, Aug 22, 2017 at 7:30 AM, Spencer Graves <spencer.graves