gofMC (1.1.2)

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Goodness of Fit Noise Analysis Using Monte Carlo Techniques.


Goodness-of-fit metrics, such as R-Squared, RMSE, etc., share a sensitivity to noise, dependent on the degrees of freedom. Some metrics, such as R-Squared, decrease with increasing dof and some, such as RMSE, increase with increasing dof. This package calculates the noise baseline (ceiling) by random sampling, calculating the metrics value for each sample and counting the number of samples below a desired level, 95% by default. If ones measure is above (below) the calculation corresponding to the desired level, then the measurement is distinguishable from noise. In addition, the ratio of the measurement to the calculated level provides a way to compare measurements of different degrees of freedom.

Maintainer: Joseph G Kreke
Author(s): Joseph G Kreke, PhD; Harris, Inc. Sangeet Khemlani, PhD; Naval Research Laboratory. Greg Trafton, PhD; Naval Research Laboratory.

License: GPL-2

Uses: ggplot2, scales

Released about 3 years ago.



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