Computes the frequencies of co-occurring state patterns.
A state sequence (
Logical. Should the missing state be considered as a regular state?
Additional arguments to be passed to
The function extracts the list of states co-occurring in each sequence. For each sequence, the co-occurring states are extracted as the sequence of the alphabetically sorted distinct states. The frequencies of the extracted sets of states is then obtained by means of the TraMineR
Returned patterns with a single state correspond to sequences that contain only that state.
stslist.freq object with co-occurrence patterns sorted in descending frequency order.
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## Creating a sequence object from the first 500 actcal data. data(actcal) actcal.seq <- seqdef(actcal[1:500,13:24]) ## 10 most frequent state patterns in the data seqtabstocc(actcal.seq) ## All state patterns seqtabstocc(actcal.seq, idxs=0) ## Example with missing states data(ex1) ## adding 3 sequences with no gap and left missing state ex1 <- rbind(ex1,c(rep("A",4),rep(NA,9))) ex1 <- rbind(ex1,c(rep("A",4),rep(NA,9))) ex1 <- rbind(ex1,rep("A",13)) s.ex1 <- seqdef(ex1[,1:13]) seqtabstocc(s.ex1, with.missing=TRUE)
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