Description Usage Arguments Details Examples

`alter_to_true_binary_multiple`

takes a two dimensional matrix that
contains two unique values and switches all of the values with either integer
values 0 or 1, so that the resulting matrix has a one-to-one correspondence
with the original.

1 | ```
alter_to_true_binary_multiple(bin_chains, success)
``` |

`bin_chains` |
A two dimensional vector with two unique elements. |

`success` |
Denotes the data entry to be counted for run statistics. |

For this function to work properly, its argument should be checked first
using `check_false_binary_multiple`

and only used in
`alter_to_true_binary`

if `check_false_binary_multiple`

returns TRUE.

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