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src/c/o/cogent-1.5.3/tests/test_maths/test_unifrac/test_fast_unifrac.py   cogent(Download)
from cogent.maths.unifrac.fast_tree import (count_envs, index_tree, index_envs,
    get_branch_lengths)
from cogent.maths.unifrac.fast_unifrac import (reshape_by_name,
    meta_unifrac, shuffle_tipnames, weight_equally, weight_by_num_tips, 
    weight_by_branch_length, weight_by_num_seqs, get_all_env_names,
        all_names =list('ABC')
        transformed_m1 = array([[1,2,1],[3,4,1],[1,1,0]])
        result = consolidate_missing_one(matrices, env_names, weights,
            all_names)
        self.assertFloatEqual(result, (1/6.)*transformed_m1 + (2/6.)*m2 + (3/6.)*m3)

src/p/y/pycogent-HEAD/tests/test_maths/test_unifrac/test_fast_unifrac.py   pycogent(Download)
from cogent.maths.unifrac.fast_tree import (count_envs, index_tree, index_envs,
    get_branch_lengths)
from cogent.maths.unifrac.fast_unifrac import (reshape_by_name,
    meta_unifrac, shuffle_tipnames, weight_equally, weight_by_num_tips, 
    weight_by_branch_length, weight_by_num_seqs, get_all_env_names,
        all_names =list('ABC')
        transformed_m1 = array([[1,2,1],[3,4,1],[1,1,0]])
        result = consolidate_missing_one(matrices, env_names, weights,
            all_names)
        self.assertFloatEqual(result, (1/6.)*transformed_m1 + (2/6.)*m2 + (3/6.)*m3)