##### https://github.com/cran/ABCanalysis
Tip revision: 81afe0e
calculatedABCanalysis.Rd
\name{calculatedABCanalysis}
\alias{calculatedABCanalysis}
%- Also NEED an '\alias' for EACH other topic documented here.
\title{
Computed ABC analysis: calculates a division of the data in 3 classes A, B and C
}
\description{
divide the Data in 3 classes A, B and C such that

A=Data[Aind] : with low effort much yield

B=Data[Bind] : yield and effort are about equal

C=Data[Cind] : with much effort low yield
}
\usage{
calculatedABCanalysis(Data)
}
%- maybe also 'usage' for other objects documented here.
\arguments{
\item{Data}{
vector(1:n) describes an array of data: n cases in rows of one variable, if matrix or dataframe then first column will be used.
}

}
\details{
Pareto point: Minimum distance to (0,1) = minimal unrealized potential

BreakEven Point: \code{B_x} is the x value of the point, where the slope of ABCcurve equals one.

For further description to \code{p} in variable \code{AlimitIndInInterpolation} see \link{ABCcurve}
}
\value{
Output is of type list which parts are described in the following
\item{Aind}{vector [1:j],  A==Data(Aind) : with little effort much Yield}
\item{Bind}{vector [1:l],  B==Data(Bind) : effort and Yield are balanced}
\item{Cind}{(vector [1:m],  C==Data(Cind) : much effort for little Yield}
\item{smallestAData}{Boundary AB, defined by point A or B with ABexchanged}
\item{smallestBData}{Boundary BC, defined by point C}
}

\author{
Michael Thrun

\url{http://www.uni-marburg.de/fb12/datenbionik}

}

\seealso{
}
\examples{
data("SwissInhabitants")
abc=calculatedABCanalysis(SwissInhabitants)
A=abc$Aind B=abc$Bind
C=abc\$Cind
Agroup=SwissInhabitants[A]
Bgroup=SwissInhabitants[B]
Cgroup=SwissInhabitants[C]

}
\references{
Ultsch. A ., Lotsch J.: Computed ABC Analysis for Rational Selection of Most Informative Variables in Multivariate Data, PloS one, Vol. 10(6), pp. e0129767. doi 10.1371/journal.pone.0129767, 2015.
}
\keyword{ABC}
\keyword{ABCanalysis}
\keyword{ABC analysis}
\keyword{Lorenz curve}
\keyword{Computed ABC analysis}
\keyword{Lorenz}% __ONLY ONE__ keyword per line