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genoCombinations | R Documentation |

Returns the possible genotype combinations in a pedigree, given partial marker data. This function is mainly for internal use.

genoCombinations(x, partialmarker, ids, make.grid = TRUE)

`x` |
a |

`partialmarker` |
a |

`ids` |
a vector with ID labels of one or more pedigree members. |

`make.grid` |
a logical indicating if the result should be simplified to a matrix. |

If `make.grid = FALSE`

(the default) the function returns a list of
integer vectors, one vector for each element of `ids`

. Each integer
represents a genotype, in the form of a row number of the matrix
`allGenotypes(n)`

, where `n`

is the number of alleles of the marker.

If `make.grid = TRUE`

, the cartesian product of the vectors is taken,
resulting in a matrix with one column for each element of `ids`

.

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