TukeyRegion: Tukey Region and Median
Tukey regions are polytopes in the Euclidean space, viz.
upper-level sets of the Tukey depth function on given data. The bordering
hyperplanes of a Tukey region are computed as well as its vertices, facets,
centroid, and volume. In addition, the Tukey median set, which is the
non-empty Tukey region having highest depth level, and its barycenter
(= Tukey median) are calculated. Tukey regions are visualized in dimension
two and three. For details see Liu, Mosler, and Mozharovskyi
(2019, <doi:10.1080/10618600.2018.1546595>). See file LICENSE.note for
additional license information.
||rgl, ddalpha, MASS, bfp, Rglpk
||Rcpp (≥ 0.11.0)
||C.B. Barber [aut, cph] (Qhull library),
The Geometry Center University of Minnesota [cph] (Qhull library),
Pavlo Mozharovskyi [aut, cre]
||Pavlo Mozharovskyi <pavlo.mozharovskyi at telecom-paris.fr>
||GPL (≥ 3)
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