This is a convenience function to quickly calculate the proportion of variation that one set of points captures in a another set of points using the reliable formulation.

rrap.proportion.held(
pu.coordinates,
pu.probabilities,
dp.coordinates,
dp.weights,
failure.distance,
maximum.r.level = as.integer(length(pu.probabilities))
)

## Arguments

pu.coordinates base::matrix() of planning unit coordinates. numeric vector of planning unit probabilities. base::matrix() of demand point coordinates. numeric vector of demand point weights. numeric indicating the cost of the failure planning unit. integer maximum failure (R) level to use for calculations.

## Value

numeric value indicating the proportion of variation that the demand points explain in the planning units

## Examples

rrap.proportion.held(as.matrix(iris[1:2,-5]), runif(1:2),
as.matrix(iris[1:5,-5]), runif(1:5), 10)#> [1] -23.11422