Description Usage Arguments Details Value Examples

Converts an integrated co-occurrence matrix (incoma) to an integrated co-occurrence vector (incove)

1 | ```
get_incove(x, ordered = TRUE, repeated = TRUE, normalization = "none")
``` |

`x` |
A matrix - an output of the |

`ordered` |
The type of pairs considered. Either "ordered" (TRUE) or "unordered" (FALSE). The default is TRUE. See details for more explanation. |

`repeated` |
Should the repeated co-located co-occurrence matrices be used? Either "repeated" (TRUE) or "unrepeated" (FALSE). The default is TRUE. See details for more explanation. |

`normalization` |
Should the output vector be normalized? Either "none" or "pdf". The "pdf" option normalizes a vector to sum to one. The default is "none". |

All values are kept when `ordered = TRUE`

and `repeated = TRUE`

.
When `ordered = TRUE`

and `repeated = FALSE`

all values from cocoma (but only one cocoma for each pair) and all coma values are kept.
`ordered = FALSE`

and `repeated = TRUE`

keeps all values from cocoma, but divides coma values by 2.
`ordered = FALSE`

and `repeated = FALSE`

keeps all values from cocoma (but only one cocoma for each pair), and divides coma values by 2.

An integrated co-occurrence vector

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 | ```
library(comat)
data(raster_x, package = "comat")
data(raster_w, package = "comat")
x = list(raster_x, raster_w, raster_x)
incom = get_incoma(x)
incom
incov1 = get_incove(incom)
incov1
incov2 = get_incove(incom, ordered = FALSE)
incov2
incov3 = get_incove(incom, ordered = FALSE, normalization = "pdf")
incov3
``` |

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