DrBats Dimension Reduction

(see list of authors below)

2016-12-05

Overview

This document is part of the “DrBats” project whose goal is to implement exploratory statistical analysis on large sets of data with uncertainty. The idea is to visualize the results of the analysis in a way that explicitely illustrates the uncertainty in the data.

The “DrBats” project applies a Bayesian Latent Factor Model.

This project involves the following persons, listed in alphabetical order :

Dimension reduction of a longitudinal dataset

On simulated data using drbats.simul()

require(DrBats)
require(ggplot2)
## Loading required package: ggplot2
st_data <- drbats.simul(N = 10, 
                 t.range = c(0, 1000),
                 b.range = c(0.2, 0.4),
                 c.range = c(0.6, 0.8),
                 b.sd = 0.5,
                 c.sd = 0.5,
                 y.range = c(-5, 5),
                 sigma2 = 0.2,
                 breaks = 15,
                 data.type = 'sparse.tend')
mycol<-c("#ee204d", "#1f75fe", "#1cac78", "#ff7538", "#b4674d", "#926eae",
                 "#fce883", "#000000", "#78dbe2", "#6e5160", "#ff43a4")

For details check out the DrBats Data Simulation and Projection vignette.

Resulting eigenvalues:

eigenval <- st_data$proj.pca$lambda.perc
barplot(eigenval, ylim = c(0, 1), col = mycol[1:length(eigenval)])

Plot of the first eigenvectors :

windows <- st_data$proj.pca$Xt.proj$windows[-15]
eigenv <- data.frame(windows, st_data$proj.pca$U)
ggplot(eigenv, aes(x = windows, y = eigenv[ , 2])) +
  geom_step(aes(colour = mycol[1])) +
  geom_step(aes(x = windows, y = eigenv[ , 3], colour = mycol[2])) +
  geom_step(aes(x = windows, y = eigenv[ , 4], colour = mycol[3])) +
  scale_x_continuous(name = " ") +
  scale_y_continuous(name =  " ") +
  scale_colour_discrete(labels=c("Eigenvector 1", "Eigenvector 2", "Eigenvector 3"),
                        name = " ")

On real data

suppressPackageStartupMessages(require(fda))
Canada.temp <- CanadianWeather$monthlyTemp[ , 1:10]
matplot(Canada.temp, type = 'l', xaxt = "n", xlab = "", ylab = "Temp °C", col = mycol[1:10],
        lwd = 2)
axis(side = 1, labels = rownames(Canada.temp), at = 1:12)

The eigenvalues :

Canada.pca <- pca.Deville(t(Canada.temp), t = t(matrix(rep(1:12, 10), nrow = 12, ncol = 10)), 
                          t.range = c(1, 12), breaks = 13)
barplot(Canada.pca$perc.lambda, col = mycol[1:12])

And the eigenvectors :

eigenv <- data.frame(windows = 1:(13-1), Canada.pca$U.histo) 

ggplot(eigenv, aes(x = windows, y = eigenv[ , 2])) +
  geom_step(aes(colour = mycol[1])) +
  geom_step(aes(x = windows, y = eigenv[ , 3], colour = mycol[2])) +
  geom_step(aes(x = windows, y = eigenv[ , 4], colour = mycol[3])) +
  scale_x_continuous(name = " ") +
  scale_y_continuous(name =  " ") +
  scale_colour_discrete(labels=c("Eigenvector 1", "Eigenvector 2", "Eigenvector 3"),
                        name = " ")

We can do a weighted PCA using the function weighted.Deville(), or Co-inertia analysis using coinertia.drbats()