Description Usage Arguments Details

Since unequal probabilities are incorporated in calculating the
density via `dsb`

, all branches are assumed to be of unit length.
Thus, the `dloc`

function simply returns 0 if `log=TRUE`

and 1 if `log=FALSE`

.

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`loc` |
The location of the shift along the branch |

`min` |
The minimum position on the branch the shift can take |

`max` |
The maximum position on the branch the shift can take |

`log` |
A logical indicating whether the log density should be returned |

`k` |
The number of shifts to return along a branch |

`dloc`

calculates the probability of a shift occuring at a given
location along the branch assuming a uniform distribution of unit length
`rloc`

randomly generates the location of a shift along the branch

bayou documentation built on Oct. 9, 2018, 5:04 p.m.

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