The module "mbootstrap_idx" of the Mastrave modelling library
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[resampled_vals, resampled_pos, category_glossary] = mbootstrap_idx( values , n_runs , weights =  , categories =  , rand_func =  )
Module to compute a bootstrap statistical resampling over an array of values . Pseudo-random sampling with replacement is applied to the position of each element in values . The statistical resampling generates n_runs vectors of bootstrapped positions, returned as the columns of the matrix resampled_pos . Each column has the same number of lines as the ones of the original values . The corresponding matrix of bootstrapped values is returned in resampled_vals . Within each bootstrapped column, the sampling with replacement implies that a given element may be missing while another one may be resampled multiple times. For equally weighted elements, each bootstrapping run contains on average about 63.2 % of distinct elements sampled from values .
To each element of values , an optional weight may be associated so as to alter the frequency with which that particular element is resampled. For this purpose, an array weights may be passed as optional input argument. Higher weights increase the frequency of resampling of the corresponding elements in values .
An optional array of categories may be passed to identify a partition of values in subsets. Each bootstrap run preserves the number of elements resampled from each category. The array category_glossary is returned with the unique categories.
Finally, the handle to a custom function rand_func may be passed so as for the pseudo-random sampling to be generated with it.
values ::numeric,col_vector:: Array of elements to be boostrapped. n_runs ::scalar_index:: Number of bootstrap runs. weights ::nonnegative,col_vector:: Array of custom weights associated to the elements of values . If weights is an empty matrix , the same weight is associated to each element of values . If omitted, the default value is an empty matrix: . categories ::integer,col_vector:: Array of custom categories associated to the elements of values . If categories is an empty matrix , the same category is associated to each element of values . If omitted, the default value is an empty matrix: . rand_func ::function_handle:: Handle to a custom function which generates the pseudo-random resampling. If rand_func is an empty matrix , the function @rand is used. If omitted, the default value is an empty matrix: .
n_vals = 8 categories = ceil( rand( n_vals, 1 )*3 )*10; values = categories * 100 + [1:n_vals].'; weights = [1:n_vals].'; disp( 'values weights categories' ) disp( [values weights categories] ) [ res_vals, res_pos, category_glossary ] = ... mbootstrap_idx( values, 5, weights, categories ); res_vals values( res_pos ) assert( isequal( res_vals , values( res_pos ) ) )
See also: rand_idx Keywords: statistical_resamling Version: 0.3.8
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