data-max.js

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//     Fast and Numerically Stable Statistical Analysis Utilities.
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// ## data

// Load accessor.
var value = require( './accessor.js' );
// Load wink helpers for validation.
var helpers = require( 'wink-helpers' );

// ### max
/**
 *
 * Finds the maximum value in the `x` array.
 *
 * @memberof data
 * @param {array} x array containing 1 or more elements.
 * @param {(string|number|function)} [accessor=undefined] required when elements of
 * `x` are objects or arrays instead of numbers.
 * For objects, use key (string) to access the value; in case of arrays, use
 * index (number) to access the value; or it could be a function
 * that extracts the value from the element passed to it.
 * @return {object} maximum value from array `x`.
 * @example
 * max( [ 99, 1, -1, +222, 0, -99 ] )
 * // returns 222
 * max( [ { x: 33 }, { x: 11 }, { x:44 } ], 'x' )
 * // returns 44
 */
var max = function ( x, accessor ) {
  var maximum = -Infinity;
  var xi;

  if ( !helpers.array.isArray( x ) || !x.length ) {
    throw Error( 'data-max: x should be an array of length > 0, instead found: ' + JSON.stringify( x ) );
  }

  for ( var i = 0, imax = x.length; i < imax; i += 1 ) {
    xi = value( x[ i ], accessor );
    maximum = ( maximum < xi ) ? xi : maximum;
  }

  return maximum;
}; // max()

module.exports = max;