This function extracts the number of observations in an object
pim.environment, or the number of observations
for which a
pim.poset is constructed. If applied to
a matrix or data.frame, it returns the number of rows.
For any other object it
does the same as
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an object of the class
arguments passed to other methods.
This package imports the generic
nobs from the package
In case the function is called on a
an integer with the number of (foreseen) observations. If the
pim.environment is empty, it returns
In all other cases, it returns the output of either
matrices and data.frames)
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