CandidatesDefault {GaussSuppression} | R Documentation |
Function for GaussSuppressionFromData
CandidatesDefault(freq, x, secondaryZeros = FALSE, weight, ...)
CandidatesNum(secondaryZeros = FALSE, freq = NULL, num, weight, x, ...)
freq |
Vector of output frequencies |
x |
The model matrix |
secondaryZeros |
When |
weight |
Vector of output weights |
... |
Unused parameters |
num |
Data frame of output aggregates calculated from |
CandidatesDefault
orders the indices decreasingly according to freq
or,
when weight
is non-NULL, (freq+1)*weight
. Ties are handled by prioritizing output cells
that are calculated from many input cells. In addition, zeros are handled according to parameter secondaryZeros
.
When freq
is negative (special hierarchy), abs(freq)*weight
is used.
CandidatesNum
orders the indices decreasingly according to absolute values of the numeric variable (according to abs(num[[1]])
).
In practice this is done by running CandidatesDefault
with manipulated weights.
candidates, GaussSuppression
input