seqmpos: Number of matching positions between two sequences.

Description Usage Arguments Author(s) See Also Examples

Description

Returns the number of common elements, i.e., same states appearing at the same position in the two sequences.

Usage

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 seqmpos(seq1, seq2, with.missing=FALSE)

Arguments

seq1

a sequence from a sequence object.

seq2

a sequence from a sequence object.

with.missing

if TRUE, gaps appearing at the same position in both sequences are also considered as common elements

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Author(s)

Alexis Gabadinho (with Gilbert Ritschard for help page)

See Also

seqLLCP, seqLLCS .

Examples

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data(famform)
famform.seq <- seqdef(famform)

seqmpos(famform.seq[1,],famform.seq[2,])
seqmpos(famform.seq[2,],famform.seq[4,])

## Example with gaps in sequences
a <- c(NA,"A",NA,"B","C")
b <- c(NA,"C",NA,"B","C")

ex1.seq <- seqdef(rbind(a,b))

seqmpos(ex1.seq[1,], ex1.seq[2,])
seqmpos(ex1.seq[1,], ex1.seq[2,], with.missing=TRUE)


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