Estimate phi in a flexible manner as guided by `lframe`

- usually
involving multiple strata, and allowing for formulas other than the
default choice

1 | ```
phi.update.lframe(obj, return.fit = FALSE, lframe, glm.frm = NULL, ...)
``` |

`obj` |
a matrix whose rowSums are used to estimate phi |

`return.fit` |
logical - the result of the fit should be returned instead of phi |

`lframe` |
A |

`glm.frm` |
a formula. If omitted |

`...` |
curently not used |

fitting phi - the probabilities that a sonicant lands in a particular
bin - is crucial to estimating theta, then number of sonicants when
more than one lans in a bin. bins may be defined by sonicant lengths
when there is just one sample. When there are multiple samples, then
one may wish to estimate phi separately for each
one. `lframe$strata`

indicates separate sample and the default
`glm.frm`

will fit each one separately.

a vector whose sum is 1.0 with one element for each row of obj

Charles C. Berry ccberry@users.r-forge.r-project.org

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