ParaMonte Fortran 2.0.0
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pm_sampleWeight::rweight_type Type Reference

This is a concrete derived type whose instances are exclusively used to signify the rweight type of sample weights.

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Detailed Description

This is a concrete derived type whose instances are exclusively used to signify the rweight type of sample weights.

Frequency weights, represent the number of duplications of each observation in the sample.
Objects instantiated from this derived type are exclusively used to differentiate the procedures within the various generic interfaces of the ParaMonte library.
As such, this concrete derived type does not contain any attributes.

This concrete derived type is not meant to be directly accessed by the end users.
Instead, the end users should use the specific object parameter instance of this derived type (e.g., rweight as directed by the documentation of the specific procedure they intend to use.
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Definition at line 267 of file pm_sampleWeight.F90.

The documentation for this type was generated from the following file: