Enve-omics representation of a peak in the sequencing depth histogram of a Recruitment plot (see 'enve.recplot2.findPeaks').
Objects can be created by calls of the form
character) Distribution of the peak. Currently supported: 'norm' (normal) and 'sn'
numeric) Sequencing depth values predicted to conform the peak.
numeric) Sequencing depth values not explained by this or previously identified
numeric) Seed-value of mode anchoring the peak.
list) Parameters of the distribution. A list of two values if dist='norm' (sd
and mean), or three values if dist='sn' (omega=scale, alpha=shape, and
xi=location). Note that the "dispersion" parameter is always first and
the "location" parameter is always last.
numeric) Number of bins estimated to be explained by this peak. This should
ideally be equal to the length of ‘values', but it’s not and integer.
numeric) Total number of bins from which the peak was extracted. I.e., total
number of position bins with non-zero sequencing depth in the recruitment
plot (regardless of peak count).
numeric) Error left after adding the peak (mower) or log-likelihood (em or emauto).
numeric) Attempted 'merge.logdist' parameter.
numeric) Best estimate available for the sequencing depth of the peak (centrality).
logical) Indicates if the estimation was performed in natural logarithm space
signature(x = "enve.RecPlot2.Peak"): ...
Luis M. Rodriguez-R [aut, cre]
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