euclidean {DFA} | R Documentation |

## euclidean method for detection of crossover points

### Description

Applies the euclidean method for detection of crossover points on the log-log curve.

### Usage

```
euclidean(x,y,npoint)
```

### Arguments

`x` |
Vector of the decimal logarithm of the boxes sizes. |

`y` |
Vector of the decimal logarithm of the DFA calculated in each boxe. |

`npoint` |
Number of crossover points calculated on the log-log curve. |

### Value

`position` |
Position of the crossover point identified by the euclidean method. |

`sugestion_before` |
Sugestion for the position of the second crossover point identified by the euclidean method and calculated in the area before the first crossover point. |

`sugestion_after` |
Sugestion for the position of the second crossover point identified by the euclidean method and calculated in the area after the first crossover point. |

### Author(s)

Victor Barreto Mesquita

### References

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Distance_from_a_point_to_a_line

### Examples

```
# Example with crossover point fixed in position=20.
library(DFA)
data(lrcorrelation)
x<-lrcorrelation$`log10(boxes)`
y<-c(lrcorrelation$`log10(DFA(alpha = 0.1))`[1:20],lrcorrelation$`log10(DFA(alpha = 0.3))`[21:40])
plot(x,y,xlab="log10(boxes)",ylab="log10(DFA)",pch=19)
fit<- lm(y[1:20] ~ x[1:20])
fit2<-lm(y[21:40] ~ x[21:40])
abline(fit,col="blue")
abline(fit2,col="red")
euclidean(x,y,npoint=1)
# Example with crossover point fixed in position=13 and 26.
library(DFA)
data(lrcorrelation)
x<-lrcorrelation$`log10(boxes)`
y<-c(lrcorrelation$`log10(DFA(alpha = 0.2))`[1:13],lrcorrelation$`log10(DFA(alpha = 0.6))`[14:26]
,lrcorrelation$`log10(DFA(alpha = 0.9))`[27:40])
plot(x,y,xlab="log10(boxes)",ylab="log10(DFA)",pch=19)
fit<- lm(y[1:13] ~ x[1:13])
fit2<-lm(y[14:26] ~ x[14:26])
fit3<-lm(y[27:40] ~ x[27:40])
abline(fit,col="blue")
abline(fit2,col="red")
abline(fit3,col="brown")
euclidean(x,y,npoint=2)
```

[Package

*DFA*version 1.0.0 Index]