Perform `getFRest`

for multiple sample comparisons. For a two-sample comparison of n1 and n2
cell populations, we generate a similarity matrix of dimension (n1+n2)-by-(n1+n2).

1 2 | ```
makeDistmat(samples, sampleMethod = "proportional", sampleSize = 200,
ndraws = 200)
``` |

`samples` |
a list of data.frames or matrices of flow cytometry samples. Each data.frame or matrix
consists of columns of features (flow cytometry channels), followed by a column of population
membership ( |

`sampleMethod` |
downsampling method, options include |

`sampleSize` |
specifies |

`ndraws` |
number of random samples. Runtime is linear in the number of random samples. (default: 200) |

distmat a matrix of estimated FR statistics across multiple samples. Rows and columns are indexed in the order
in which each sample appears in the input list. For example, a two sample comparison entails rows and
columns of *distmat* indexed as 1.x follwed by 2.y where x is the Sample 1 population IDs, and
2.y is the Sample 2 population IDs.

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