PeakSegOptimal (2018.05.25)

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Optimal Segmentation Subject to Up-Down Constraints.

Computes optimal changepoint models using the Poisson likelihood for non-negative count data, subject to the PeakSeg constraint: the first change must be up, second change down, third change up, etc. For more info about the models and algorithms, read "A log-linear time algorithm for constrained changepoint detection" by TD Hocking et al.

Maintainer: Toby Dylan Hocking
Author(s): Toby Dylan Hocking

License: GPL-3

Uses: penaltyLearning, ggplot2, data.table, testthat, PeakSegDP

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