Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) Examples

The generic function `propTyped`

is devoted to investigating the
structure of missing data in adegenet objects.

Methods are defined for genind and genpop objects. They can return the proportion of available (i.e. non-missing) data per individual/population, locus, or the combination of both in with case the matrix indicates which entity (individual or population) was typed on which locus.

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`x` |
a genind and genpop object |

`by` |
a character being "ind","loc", or "both" for genind object and "pop","loc", or "both" for genpop object. It specifies whether proportion of typed data are provided by entity ("ind"/"pop"), by locus ("loc") or both ("both"). See details. |

When `by`

is set to "both", the result is a matrix of binary data
with entities in rows (individuals or populations) and markers in
columns. The values of the matrix are 1 for typed data, and 0 for NA.

A vector of proportion (when `by`

equals "ind", "pop", or
"loc"), or a matrix of binary data (when `by`

equals "both")

Thibaut Jombart t.jombart@imperial.ac.uk

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