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Generate a space-filling design using Latin hypercube sampling. Dependent parameters whose constraints are unsatisfied generate NA entries in their respective columns.

Usage

generate_design_lhs(param_set, n, lhs_fun = NULL)

Arguments

param_set

(ParamSet).

n

(integer(1))
Number of points to sample.

lhs_fun

(function(n, k))
Function to use to generate a LHS sample, with n samples and k values per param. LHS functions are implemented in package lhs, default is to use lhs::maximinLHS().

Value

Design.

See also

Examples

ps = ParamSet$new(list(
  ParamDbl$new("ratio", lower = 0, upper = 1),
  ParamFct$new("letters", levels = letters[1:3])
))

if (requireNamespace("lhs", quietly = TRUE)) {
  generate_design_lhs(ps, 10)
}
#> <Design> with 10 rows:
#>          ratio letters
#>  1: 0.69417875       c
#>  2: 0.88754971       a
#>  3: 0.45871271       b
#>  4: 0.21077995       a
#>  5: 0.09740895       b
#>  6: 0.73516965       b
#>  7: 0.14443564       b
#>  8: 0.37079807       c
#>  9: 0.94842748       c
#> 10: 0.53235711       a