A function to read output files from the Pacnet program with the full factorization option.

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`file` |
character vector containing a file name or path |

`toarray` |
(logical) should the induced inclusions be transformed into arrays? |

`uniq` |
(logical) should only be considered the induced inclusions that are unique? |

`transp` |
(logical) should the partially ordered structures be transposed? |

`sep` |
(optional) the pair separator for the pairwise relations |

This function is used to read the output file from the Pacnet program, which typically has the `.out`

extension. By default the result is given in a list format, but it is possible to transform the pair lists into arrays. Note that the options in the Pacnet program should include the full factorization in the output; otherwise the object will be `NULL`

.

An object of the '`Pacnet`

' class with items:

`ii ` |
induced inclusions |

`at ` |
atoms |

`mc ` |
meet complements |

Currently only partial order structures of order 36 and less are supported.

Antonio Rivero Ostoic

Pattison, P., S. Wasserman, G. Robins and A.M. Kanfer â€˜Statistical Evaluation of Algebraic Constraints for Social Networks,â€™ *Journal of Mathematical Psychology*, 44, 536-568. 2000

`pi.rels`

, `cngr`

, `decomp`

, `write.dat`

Questions? Problems? Suggestions? Tweet to @rdrrHQ or email at ian@mutexlabs.com.

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