paul-buerkner / brms
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  eta <- disc * (mu - thres)
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  y <- prep$data$Y[i]
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  # TODO: check if computation can be made more numerically stable
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  if (prep$family$link == "logit") { 
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  if (prep$family$link == "logit") {
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    # more efficient computation for logit link
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    q <- sapply(1:nthres, function(k) eta[, k])
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    p <- cbind(rep(0, nrow(eta)), q[, 1],
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# @param prep a brmsprep object
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# @return vector of log_lik values
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log_lik_truncate <- function(x, cdf, args, i, prep) {
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  lb <- prep$data$lb[i]
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  ub <- prep$data$ub[i]
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  if (!(is.null(lb) && is.null(ub))) {
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    if (is.null(lb)) lb <- -Inf
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    if (is.null(ub)) ub <- Inf
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    x - log(do_call(cdf, c(ub, args)) - do_call(cdf, c(lb, args)))
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  lb <- prep$data[["lb"]][i]
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  ub <- prep$data[["ub"]][i]
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  if (is.null(lb) && is.null(ub)) {
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    return(x)
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  }
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  x
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  args$log.p <- TRUE
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  if (!is.null(lb)) {
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    log_cdf_lb <- do_call(cdf, c(lb, args))
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  } else {
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    log_cdf_lb <- rep(-Inf, length(x))
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  }
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  if (!is.null(ub)) {
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    log_cdf_ub <- do_call(cdf, c(ub, args))
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  } else {
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    log_cdf_ub <- rep(0, length(x))
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  }
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  x - log_diff_exp(log_cdf_ub, log_cdf_lb)
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}
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# weight log_lik values according to defined weights
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