normalize_string {acss}  R Documentation 
normalize_string
takes a character vector and normalizes its input using the symbols 0, 1, 2...9. count_class
takes a character vector and an integer alphabet
(with the restriction that the number of different symbols in the character vector doesn't exceed alphabet
) and returns the total number of strings that are equivalent to the input when normalized and considering alphabet
. alternations
returns the number of alternations of symbols in a string.
normalize_string(string) count_class(string, alphabet) alternations(string, proportion = FALSE)
string 

alphabet 

proportion 

nothing yet.
normalize_string
A normalized vector of strings of the same length as string
.
count_class
A vector of the same length as string
with the number of possible equivalent strings when string
is normalized and considering alphabet
.
alternations
A vector with the number (or proprtion) of alternations of the same length as string
#normalize_string: normalize_string(c("HUHHEGGTE", "EGGHHU")) normalize_string("293948837163536") # count_class count_class("010011",2) count_class("332120",4) count_class(c("HUHHEGGTE", "EGGHHU"), 5) count_class(c("HUHHEGGTE", "EGGHHU"), 6) # alternations: alternations("0010233") alternations("0010233", proportion = TRUE) alternations(c("HUHHEGGTE", "EGGHHU")) alternations(c("HUHHEGGTE", "EGGHHU"), proportion = TRUE)