Description Usage Arguments Note Author(s) References See Also Examples

The function `dataL`

gives the likelihood of a set of alleles observed at a specific locus conditional
on the number of contributors that gave these alleles. Calculation is based upon the frequencies
of the observed alleles.

1 | ```
dataL(x = 1, p, theta = 0)
``` |

`x` |
an integer giving the number of contributors |

`p` |
a numeric vector giving the frequencies of the observed alleles in the mixture |

`theta` |
a float in [0,1[. |

`dataL`

function has several similarities with the `Pevid.gen`

function
of the *forensic* package which computes the probability of the DNA evidence, `dataL`

implements a particular case of this probability. Please see http://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/forensic/

Hinda Haned [email protected]

Haned H, Pene L, Lobry JR, Dufour AB, Pontier D.
Estimating the number of contributors to forensic DNA mixtures: Does maximum likelihood
perform better than maximum allele count? * J Forensic Sci*, accepted 2010.

Curran JM, Triggs CM, Buckleton J, Weir BS.
Interpreting DNA Mixtures in Structured Populations. * J Forensic Sci* 1999;44(5): 987-995

`lik.loc`

and `lik`

for calculating the likelihood of a given simumix object

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