Synthesizing Truncated Count Data for Confidentiality (Rmtcd)
mtcd is a standalone C++ implementation of the statistical model proposed in "Synthesizing Truncated Count Data for Confidentiality" (Github copy).
This repository contains a R wrapper around the original source code, with minor generalizations.
In R, run the following command:
and you can call
getSyntheticData() function .
library(devtools) doesn’t work, you’ll need to install the library:
On Linux, a frequent error is failure of the
install_github() function. Workaround (and more generic) is
That always works.
In order of contribution:
- Yuxin (Charley) Chen (email@example.com),
- Hautahi Kingi (firstname.lastname@example.org),
- Alice Chou (email@example.com),
- Lars Vilhuber (firstname.lastname@example.org). Please direct queries to the Labor Dynamics Institute
The original source code in C++ is available at http://sites.duke.edu/tcrn/research-projects/downloadable-software/ and at https://github.com/labordynamicsinstitute/flow-synthesis.
This package is maintained at https://github.com/ncrncornell/Rmtcd .
Development of the original code was supported under the NSF grant SES-1131897 (NCRN Duke-NISS). Development of the R wrapper was supported under NSF Grant SES-1131848 to Cornell University (NCRN Cornell)