globalweights_diff {baskexact} | R Documentation |

## Global Weights Based on Response Rate Differences

### Description

Global Weights Based on Response Rate Differences

### Usage

```
globalweights_diff(n, r, eps_global = 1, w = 1)
```

### Arguments

`n` |
The sample size per basket. |

`r` |
Vector of responses. |

`eps_global` |
A tuning parameter that determines the amount of borrowing. A higher value leads to a smaller weight and therefore less borrowing when the heterogeneity between the results in the baskets increases. |

`w` |
A fixed probability between 0 and 1. |

### Details

`globalweights_diff`

calculates a weight based on the
heterogeneity of the response rates of all baskets that is multiplied
to the pairwise weights calculated with the function that is passed to
`weight_fun`

. The weight is 1 when the number of responses is identical
in all baskets and 0 if the response rates are an equidistant sequence
from 0 to 1. If the maximum weight should be smaller than 1, `w`

can be set to a smaller value.

### Value

A numeric value.

### Examples

```
globalweights_diff(n = 20, r = c(1, 3, 5), eps_global = 2)
```

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