This function applies a log transformation to the data, either CLR or ILR
numeric matrix of predictors
log-ratio transform to apply, one of "none", "CLR" or "ILR"
Value that is added to X for CLR and ILR log transformation. Default to 0.
logratio.transfo applies a log transformation to the data, either CLR
(centered log ratio transformation) or ILR (Isometric Log Ratio
transformation). In the case of CLR log-transformation, X needs to be a
matrix of non-negative values and
offset is used to shift the values
away from 0, as commonly done with counts data.
logratio.transfo simply returns the log-ratio transformed
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