# multiphylo

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##### Manipulating Lists of Trees

These are extraction and replacement operators for lists of trees stored in the class "multiPhylo".

Keywords
manip
##### Usage
## S3 method for class 'multiPhylo':
[(x, i)
## S3 method for class 'multiPhylo':
[[(x, i)
## S3 method for class 'multiPhylo':
$(x, name) ## S3 method for class 'multiPhylo': [(x, ...) <- value ## S3 method for class 'multiPhylo': [[(x, ...) <- value ## S3 method for class 'multiPhylo':$(x, ...) <- value
##### Details

The subsetting operator [ keeps the class correctly ("multiPhylo").

The replacement operators check the labels of value if x has a single vector of tip labels for all trees (see examples).

An object of class "phylo" ([[, $) or of class "multiPhylo" ([ and the replacement operators). ##### See Also summary.phylo, c.phylo ##### Aliases ##### Examples x <- rmtree(10, 20) names(x) <- paste("tree", 1:10, sep = "") x[1:5] x[1] # subsetting x[[1]] # extraction x$tree1 # same than above
x[[1]] <- rtree(20)

y <- .compressTipLabel(x)
## up to here 'x' and 'y' have exactly the same information
## but 'y' has a unique vector of tip labels for all the trees
x[[1]] <- rtree(10) # no error
try(y[[1]] <- rtree(10)) # error

try(x[1] <- rtree(20)) # error
## use instead one of the two:
x[1] <- list(rtree(20))
x[1] <- c(rtree(20))

x[1:5] <- rmtree(5, 20) # replacement
x[11:20] <- rmtree(10, 20) # elongation
x # 20 trees
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