Enumerates all identity vectors associated with the k putative replicates of a given proband
(numeric integer) specifies the number of putative replicates associated with the proband in question.
The function returns a named list enumerating all of the identity vectors that describe how the k putative replicates could potentially be related to one another.
Ariel W Chan, [email protected]
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k3 <- enumerateI(k=3) This function call returns a named list consisting of three elements, which are also themselves lists: 's=1', 's=2', and 's=3'. Printing the output of enumerateI(k=3)[['s=2']] allows us to see the identity vectors that describe the case where the k=3 supposed replicates actually originated from s=2 genotypic sources: $`120` [,1] [,2] [,3] [1,] 1 2 2 # corresponds to the identity vector I=1,2,2, where samples d=2 and d=3 originate from one genotype source and d=1 is assumed to be the outlier $`210` [,1] [,2] [,3] [1,] 1 1 2 # corresponds to the identity vector I=1,1,2, where samples d=1 and d=2 originate from one genotype source and d=3 is assumed to be the outlier [2,] 1 2 1 # corresponds to the identity vector I=1,2,1, where samples d=1 and d=3 originate from one genotype source and d=2 is assumed to be the outlier
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