Description Usage Arguments Details Value See Also Examples
inspect_bfactor
checks if an object is a numeric vector of
valid Bayes factor values. This can be useful to validate inputs,
intermediate calculations or outputs in userdefined functions.
1  inspect_bfactor(x, allow_nas = TRUE, warning_nas = TRUE)

x 
An arbitrary object. 
allow_nas 
Logical value. If 
warning_nas 
Logical value. If 
inspect_bfactor
conducts a series of tests to check if x
is a
numeric vector of valid Bayes factor values. Namely, inspect_bfactor
checks
if:
x
is NULL
or empty.
x
is an atomic vector.
x
is numeric.
x
has NA
or NaN
values.
The values of x
are nonnegative.
inspect_bfactor
does not return any output. There are three
possible outcomes:
The call is silent if:
x
is a numeric vector of valid Bayes factor values and there are no
NA
or NaN
values in x
.
x
is a numeric vector of valid Bayes factor values, there are some
NA
or NaN
values in x
, allow_nas
is set to TRUE
and warning_nas
is set to FALSE
.
An informative warning message is given if x
is a numeric vector of valid
Bayes factor values, there are some NA
or NaN
values in x
and both
allow_nas
and warning_nas
are set to TRUE
.
An informative error message is thrown and the execution is stopped if:
x
is not a numeric vector of valid Bayes factor values.
x
is a numeric vector of valid Bayes factor values, there are some in
NA
or NaN
values in x
and allow_nas
is set to FALSE
.
inspect_bfactor_log
to check if an object is a
numeric vector of valid logarithmic Bayes factor values.
bfactor_interpret
for the interpretation of Bayes
factors.
inspect_bfactor_scale
to check if an object is a
valid Bayes factor interpretation scale.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31  # Calls that pass silently:
x1 < c(0, 0.5, 1, 10, 50, 100)
x2 < c(NA, 0.5, 1, 10, 50, 100)
inspect_bfactor(x1)
inspect_bfactor(x2, warning_nas = FALSE)
inspect_bfactor(x2, allow_nas = TRUE, warning_nas = FALSE)
# Call that throws an informative warning message:
y < c(0.1, 0.2, NA, 0.4, 0.5)
try(inspect_bfactor(y))
try(inspect_bfactor(y, warning_nas = TRUE))
try(inspect_bfactor(y, allow_nas = TRUE, warning_nas = TRUE))
# Calls that throw informative error messages:
z < c(0.9, 0, 0.1, 0.2, 0.3, 0.4, 0.5)
try(inspect_bfactor(z))
mylist < list(
NULL, TRUE, factor(.5), matrix(0.5),
"0.5", list(0.5), NA, NaN, numeric(0), 0.5, 5
)
try(inspect_bfactor(mylist[[1]]))
try(inspect_bfactor(mylist[[2]]))
try(inspect_bfactor(mylist[[3]]))
try(inspect_bfactor(mylist[[4]]))
try(inspect_bfactor(mylist[[5]]))
try(inspect_bfactor(mylist[[6]]))
try(inspect_bfactor(mylist[[7]]))
try(inspect_bfactor(mylist[[8]]))
try(inspect_bfactor(mylist[[9]]))
try(inspect_bfactor(mylist[[10]]))
try(inspect_bfactor(mylist[[11]]))

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