Description Usage Arguments Value Author(s) Examples

Event sequence objects can be weighted. Weights are used by other functions such as `seqefsub`

or `seqecmpgroup`

to compute weighted statistics.

1 2 | ```
seqeweight(eseq, s)
seqeweight(eseq, s) <- value
``` |

`eseq` |
An event sequence object ( |

`value` |
Numerical vector containing weights |

`s` |
Deprecated. Use |

`seqeweight`

returns a numerical vector containing the weights associated to each event sequence.

Matthias Studer (with Gilbert Ritschard for the help page)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 | ```
##Starting with states sequences
##Loading data
data(biofam)
## Creating state sequences
biofam.seq <- seqdef(biofam,10:25,informat='STS')
## Creating event sequences from biofam
biofam.eseq <- seqecreate(biofam.seq, weighted=FALSE)
## Using the weights
seqeweight(biofam.eseq) <- biofam$wp00tbgs
## Now seqefsub accoounts for weights unless weighted is set to FALSE
fsubseq <- seqefsub(biofam.eseq, pmin.support=0.01)
## Searching for weighted susbsequences which best
## discriminate the birth cohort
discr <- seqecmpgroup(fsubseq, group=biofam$birthyr>=1940)
plot(discr[1:15])
``` |

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