MaxContribution {GaussSuppression}R Documentation

Find major contributors to aggregates

Description

Assuming aggregates are calculated via a dummy matrix by z = t(x) %*% y, the n largest contributors are found (value or index) for each aggregate.

Usage

MaxContribution(x, y, n = 1, decreasing = TRUE, index = FALSE, groups = NULL)

Arguments

x

A (sparse) dummy matrix

y

Vector of input values (contributors)

n

Number of contributors to be found

decreasing

Ordering parameter. Smallest contributors found when FALSE.

index

Indices to y returned when TRUE

groups

When non-NULL, major contributions after aggregation within groups. Cannot be combined with index = TRUE. The missing group category is excluded.

Value

Matrix with lagest contributors in first column, second largest in second column and so on.

Author(s)

√ėyvind Langsrud

See Also

ModelMatrix

Examples

library(SSBtools)

z <- SSBtoolsData("sprt_emp_withEU")
z$age[z$age == "Y15-29"] <- "young"
z$age[z$age == "Y30-64"] <- "old"

a <- ModelMatrix(z, formula = ~age + geo, crossTable = TRUE)

cbind(as.data.frame(a$crossTable), MaxContribution(a$modelMatrix, z$ths_per, 1))
cbind(a$crossTable, MaxContribution(a$modelMatrix, z$ths_per, 10))
cbind(a$crossTable, MaxContribution(a$modelMatrix, z$ths_per, 10, index = TRUE))

b <- ModelMatrix(z[, -4], crossTable = TRUE, inputInOutput = c(TRUE, FALSE, TRUE))

k <- cbind(b$crossTable, MaxContribution(b$modelMatrix, z$ths_per, 10))

gr18 <- paste0("g", 1:18)                          # Each row is a group
k18 <- cbind(b$crossTable, MaxContribution(b$modelMatrix, z$ths_per, 10, groups = gr18))
identical(k, k18) # TRUE

gr9 <- paste0("g", as.integer(10 * z$ths_per)%%10) # 9 groups from decimal
k9 <- cbind(b$crossTable, MaxContribution(b$modelMatrix, z$ths_per, 10, groups = gr9))

k18[c(4, 13, 17, 33), ]
k9[c(4, 13, 17, 33), ]


[Package GaussSuppression version 0.6.0 Index]