Description Usage Arguments Value Examples

Error rates are "inflated" by the specified factor, while appropriately saturating so that rates cannot exceed 1. The formula is: new_err_rate <- err_rate * inflate / (1 + (inflate-1) * err_rate)

1 | ```
inflateErr(err, inflation, inflateSelfTransitions = FALSE)
``` |

`err` |
(Required). A numeric matrix of transition rates (16 rows, named "A2A", "A2C", ...). |

`inflation` |
(Required). The fold-factor by which to inflate the transition rates. |

`inflateSelfTransitions` |
(Optional). Default FALSE. If True, self-transitions (eg. A->A) are also inflated. |

An error rate matrix of the same dimensions as the input error rate matrix.

1 2 | ```
tperr2 <- inflateErr(tperr1, 2)
tperr3.all <- inflateErr(tperr1, 3, inflateSelfTransitions=TRUE)
``` |

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