Jack-knife indices in n topologies m times.

Description

The function calculates the indices values for a MultiData list m (=replicates) times

Usage

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Multi.Jack(MultiData = MultiData, times = 100, jtip = 0, jtopol = 0)

Arguments

MultiData

is the list of Trees and distributions to evaluate, a list object.

times

in the number of times to repeat the process, an integer.

jtip

is the proportion of terminals to delete, real (range 0-1).

jtopol

is the proportion of topologies to delete, real (range 0-1).

Author(s)

Miranda-Esquivel Daniel R.

Examples

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 ## get the library
 library(jrich)
 
 ## load the data
 data(Multitaxon1) 

Multi.Jack(Multitaxon1, jtip=0.25)

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