Description Usage Arguments Value Examples

`OWcoef`

calculates emission coefficient 0.025, 0.05, mean, 0.50 (median),
0.95, 0.975 quantiles from the iterations. These coeffiecients are
used to determine the mixing weights of the mixture components of the emission distributions.
There are K intercept coefficients and A input coeffients for each J.

1 |

`nhmmobj` |
an object created from the NHMM function |

`plots` |
TRUE/FALSE- default is FALSE because the plot window can grow quite large depending on the number of sequences. |

`outfile` |
a directory to put the .png plot |

params [K+A by J] by 6. There are six values returned: 0.025, 0.05, mean, 0.50 (median), 0.95, 0.975 quantiles from the iterations. (0.025, 0.975) are used to construct 95 likewise (0.05, 0.95) can be used to construct 90

output: plot window can grow quite large depending on the number of sequences. [K+A by J] panes.'

output: outputs statements of 90 and each X input coefficients (if any of the J coefficients for a variable are significant then that variable is deemed signficant.)

1 2 | ```
#thetas=OWcoef(my.nhmm, FALSE);
#thetas[,,,,3] #mean values
``` |

NHMM documentation built on July 1, 2020, 7:28 p.m.

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