[Forensim-help] r109 - pkg/man
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Mon Jul 20 17:42:30 CEST 2009
Author: hindahaned
Date: 2009-07-20 17:42:29 +0200 (Mon, 20 Jul 2009)
New Revision: 109
Modified:
pkg/man/LR.Rd
pkg/man/Pevid2.Rd
Log:
Modified: pkg/man/LR.Rd
===================================================================
--- pkg/man/LR.Rd 2009-07-20 07:56:43 UTC (rev 108)
+++ pkg/man/LR.Rd 2009-07-20 15:42:29 UTC (rev 109)
@@ -21,29 +21,29 @@
vector of the corresponding allele frequencies in the global population
}
\item{xp}{
- the number of unknown contributors to the stain under the prosecuting hypotheses Hp. Default is 0.
+ the number of unknown contributors to the stain under the prosecution hypothesis Hp. Default is 0.
}
\item{xd}{
- the number of unknown contributors to the stain under the defence hypotheses Hd. Default is 0.
+ the number of unknown contributors to the stain under the defence hypothesis Hd. Default is 0.
}
\item{Tp}{
a vector of strings where each string contains two alleles separated by '/',
-corresponding to one known contributor under the prosecution hypotheses Hp.
+corresponding to one known contributor under the prosecution hypothesis Hp.
The length of the vector equals the number of known contributors. Default is NULL.
}
\item{Vp}{
a vector of strings where each string contains two alleles separated by '/',
-corresponding to one known non-contributor under the prosecution hypotheses Hp. The length of
+corresponding to one known non-contributor under the prosecution hypothesis Hp. The length of
the vector equals the number of known non-contributors. Default is NULL.
}
\item{Td}{
a vector of strings where each string contains two alleles separated by '/',
-corresponding to one known contributor under the defence hypotheses Hd. The length of the
+corresponding to one known contributor under the defence hypothesis Hd. The length of the
vector equals the number of known contributors. Default is NULL.
}
\item{Vd}{
a vector of strings where each string contains two alleles separated by '/',
-corresponding to one known non-contributor under the defence hypotheses H2. The length of the
+corresponding to one known non-contributor under the defence hypothesis Hd. The length of the
vector equals the number of known non-contributors. Default is NULL.
}
@@ -60,7 +60,7 @@
evaluation of forensic DNA mixtures through likelihood ratios. The likelihood ratio is computed
as a ratio of two probabilities of the DNA evidence, \eqn{E}, conditional on the evaluated hypotheses:
\deqn{LR=\frac{P(E|H_p)}{P(E|H_d)},}{P(E|H_p) / P(E|H_d),}
-where \eqn{H_p} denotes the prosecution hypotheses and \eqn{H_d} the defence hypotheses.
+where \eqn{H_p} denotes the prosecution hypothesis and \eqn{H_d} the defence hypothesis.
In case of population subdivision, contributors to the DNA stain are considered to come from the same
subpopulation.
@@ -97,8 +97,8 @@
# corresponding allele frequencies
freq<-c(0.033,0.331,0.239,0.056)
-# Prosecution hypotheses: Contributors were the victim and the suspect
-# defence hypotheses: Contributors were the victim and 1 unknown contributor
+# Prosecution hypothesis: Contributors were the victim and the suspect
+# defence hypothesis: Contributors were the victim and 1 unknown contributor
# Likelihood ratios for DNA evidence for different alternatives:
LR(stain,freq,xp=0,Tp=c(victim,suspect),Vp=NULL,Td=victim,Vd=suspect,xd=1)
Modified: pkg/man/Pevid2.Rd
===================================================================
--- pkg/man/Pevid2.Rd 2009-07-20 07:56:43 UTC (rev 108)
+++ pkg/man/Pevid2.Rd 2009-07-20 15:42:29 UTC (rev 109)
@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
\title{ Conditional profile probabilities}
\description{
-Calculates the probability of observing a set of DNA profiles conditional on a given hypotheses
+Calculates the probability of observing a set of DNA profiles conditional on a given hypothesis
specifying who were the contributors to the observed profiles.
All the individuals involved in the analyzed case are assumed to come from the same
subpopulation with a given coancestry coefficient.
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