Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) See Also Examples

The `deburn`

function discards or removes a user-specified number
of burn-in iterations from an object of class `demonoid`

.

1 | ```
deburn(x, BurnIn=0)
``` |

`x` |
This is an object of class |

`BurnIn` |
This argument defaults to |

Documentation for the `burnin`

function provides an
introduction to the concept of burn-in as it relates to Markov chains.

The `deburn`

function discards a number of the first posterior
samples, as specified by the `BurnIn`

argument. Stationarity is
not checked, because it is assumed the user has a reason for using the
`deburn`

function, rather than using the results from the object
of class `demonoid`

. Therefore, the posterior samples in
`Posterior1`

and `Posterior2`

are identical, as are
`Summary1`

and `Summary2`

.

The `deburn`

function returns an object of class `demonoid`

.

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`burnin`

and
`LaplacesDemon`

.

1 2 3 | ```
### Assuming the user has Fit which is an object of class demonoid:
#library(LaplacesDemon)
#Fit2 <- deburn(Fit, BurnIn=100)
``` |

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