A entangledMCP object describes ... TODO

## Slots

`subgraphs`

A list of graphs of class graphMCP.

`weights`

A numeric.

`graphAttr`

A list for graph attributes like color, etc.

## Methods

`signature(object = "entangledMCP")`

: A method for printing the data of the entangled graph to the R console.- getMatrices
`signature(object = "entangledMCP")`

: A method for getting the list of transition matrices of the entangled graph.- getWeights
`signature(object = "entangledMCP")`

: A method for getting the matrix of weights of the entangled graph.- getRejected
`signature(object = "entangledMCP")`

: A method for getting the information whether the hypotheses are marked in the graph as already rejected. If a second optional argument`node`

is specified, only for these nodes the boolean vector will be returned.- getXCoordinates
`signature(object = "entangledMCP")`

: A method for getting the x coordinates of the graph. If a second optional argument`node`

is specified, only for these nodes the x coordinates will be returned. If x coordinates are not yet set,`NULL`

is returned.- getYCoordinates
`signature(object = "entangledMCP")`

: A method for getting the y coordinates of the graph If a second optional argument`node`

is specified, only for these nodes the x coordinates will be returned. If y coordinates are not yet set,`NULL`

is returned.

## Author

Kornelius Rohmeyer rohmeyer@small-projects.de

## Examples

```
g1 <- BonferroniHolm(2)
g2 <- BonferroniHolm(2)
graph <- new("entangledMCP", subgraphs=list(g1,g2), weights=c(0.5,0.5))
getMatrices(graph)
#> [[1]]
#> H1 H2
#> H1 0 1
#> H2 1 0
#>
#> [[2]]
#> H1 H2
#> H1 0 1
#> H2 1 0
#>
getWeights(graph)
#> H1 H2
#> [1,] 0.5 0.5
#> [2,] 0.5 0.5
```