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Classify the enzymes in their corresponding regulation group from the co-regulation matrix

1 | ```
class_group(beta_fun)
``` |

`beta_fun` |
Matrix of co-regulation coefficients |

Enzymes are classified in regulation groups depending on the co-regulation matrix. If the co-regulation coefficient is equal to zero between enzymes, the enzymes are in different regulation group, else there are in the same group.

Enzyme 1 is in the regulation group 1. Other enzymes are classified in ascending order.

Return a list classically named `L_Phi`

of length `p`

(the number of regulation groups). Each element `q`

of `L_Phi`

(the regulation group *Φ_q*) contains the numbers of co-regulated enzymes.

Function `search_group`

to find the group of an enzyme.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 | ```
#Only one group
beta <- matrix(c(1,10,5,0.1,1,0.5,0.2,2,1),nrow=3)
L_Phi <- class_group(beta)
#total number of regulation groups
p <- length(L_Phi) #gives 1
#Two groups
n <- 3
beta <- diag(1,n)
beta[1,2] <- -0.32
beta[2,1] <- 1/beta[1,2]
L_Phi <- class_group(beta)
p <- length(L_Phi) #gives 2
#with data
data(data_sim_RegNeg_1grpNeg1grpPos)
class_group(data_sim_RegNeg_1grpNeg1grpPos$param$beta)
``` |

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