# Frequency table of the sequences

### Description

Computes the frequency table of the sequences (count and percent of each sequence).

### Usage

1 |

### Arguments

`seqdata` |
a sequence object as defined by the |

`tlim` |
returns the table for the sequences at ranks ' |

`weighted` |
if |

`format` |
format used for displaying the rownames (the sequences) in the output table.
Default is SPS format, which yields shorter and more readable sequence representations.
Alternatively, |

### Details

The `weighted`

argument has no effect when no weights were assigned to the state sequence object since weights default in that case to 1.

### Value

An object of class `stslist.freq`

. This is actually a state sequence object (containing a list of state sequences) with added attributes, among others the `freq`

attribute containing the frequency table. There are `print`

and `plot`

methods for such objects. More sophisticated plots can be produced with the `seqplot`

function.

### Author(s)

Alexis Gabadinho (with Gilbert Ritschard for the help page)

### References

Gabadinho, A., G. Ritschard, N. S. MÃ¼ller and M. Studer (2011). Analyzing and Visualizing State Sequences in R with TraMineR. *Journal of Statistical Software* **40**(4), 1-37.

### See Also

`seqplot, plot.stslist.freq`

.

### Examples

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## Creating a sequence object from the actcal data set
data(actcal)
actcal.lab <- c("> 37 hours", "19-36 hours", "1-18 hours", "no work")
actcal.seq <- seqdef(actcal, 13:24, labels=actcal.lab)
## 10 most frequent sequences in the data
seqtab(actcal.seq)
## With tlim=0, we get all distinct sequences in the data set
## sorted in decreasing order of their frequency
seqtab(actcal.seq, tlim=0)
## Example with weights
## from biofam data set using weigths
data(ex1)
ex1.seq <- seqdef(ex1, 1:13, weights=ex1$weights)
## Unweighted frequencies
seqtab(ex1.seq, weighted=FALSE)
## Weighted frequencies
seqtab(ex1.seq, weighted=TRUE)
``` |