Utilitiy functions for the EBarrays package
x can be a character vector (of length > 2) (see example), or an
arbitrary connection which should provide patterns, one line for
each pattern. If
logical variable specifying whether the pattern is ordered or not
ebPatterns creates objects that represent a collection of
hypotheses to be used by
ebPatterns creates an Object of class “ebarraysPatterns”, to
be used in other functions such as
emfit. This is
nothing more than a list (and can be treated as such as far as
indexing goes) and is used only for method dispatch.
Ming Yuan, Ping Wang, Deepayan Sarkar, Michael Newton, and Christina Kendziorski
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