The output at the prompt for objects in the S4 system is generated by the function `show`

,
as compared to the function `print`

for objects in the S3 system.
If a `LuckModel`

object contains a `LuckModelData`

object, the `show`

output of the `LuckModelData`

object
is included in the `show`

output for the `LuckModel`

object,
i.e., information on the data contained in the `LuckModel`

object
is displayed as well.
For plain `LuckModel`

objects, just the bounds for the
canonical parameters of the prior are displayed, whereas for subclasses of `LuckModel`

objects also the translation to the usual prior parameters are shown.

`luck`

for a general description of the package,
`LuckModel`

as the central class of the package,
`LuckModelData`

as the class for its `data`

slot,
`ScaledNormalLuckModel`

and
`ExponentialLuckModel`

for non-abstract subclasses intended
for analysis of scaled normal or exponential data, respectively.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 | ```
# generate a generic generalized iLUCK model without data
luck1 <- LuckModel(n0=c(2,10), y0=c(3, 4))
# display the model (this invokes show())
luck1
show(luck1) # same result
# add a LuckModelData object to the LuckModel object
data(luck1) <- LuckModelData(tau=20, n=10)
# display the model
luck1
# generate a generalized iLUCK model for inference from exponentially distributed data
expluck <- ExponentialLuckModel(y0=c(1,3), n0=c(1,2), data=ExponentialData(mean=mean(rexp(5)), n=5))
# display the model
expluck
``` |

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