filter.by.conservation

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Filter columns (sequence positions) by conservation

Filters columns based on the relative information content of each column which is the standard information content normalized to the interval [0,1], where 0 corresponds to uniform distribution and 1 to perfect conservation of one nucleotide or amino acid, respectively.

Usage
filter.by.conservation(relative.ic)
Arguments
relative.ic

the maximum relative information content allowed to retain a position

Value

function that, given a DLData object, returns TRUE for every column that does not exceed the specified relative information content

Aliases
  • filter.by.conservation
Examples
# NOT RUN {
fun <- filter.by.conservation(relative.ic = 0.9)
# }
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