nbOccInComp_simple(icaSet, params,
     selectionByComp = NULL, level = c("features", "genes"))
   \item{icaSet}{An object of class \code{\link{IcaSet}}.}
   \item{params}{An object of class
   \code{\link{MineICAParams}} containing the parameters of
   the analysis. \code{cutoffSel(params)} is used as a
   threshold on the absolute projections to select the
   contributing features/genes.}
   \item{selectionByComp}{The list of components already
   restricted to the contributing features/genes (each
   element is a vector of projection values indexed by
   features or genes).}
   \item{level}{The attribute of \code{icaSet} to be used,
   the occurences of either the \code{"features"} (using
   \code{S(icaSet)}) or the \code{"genes"} (using
   \code{SByGene(icaSet)}) will be reported.}
   Returns a data.frame whose columns are: \code{gene} the
   feature or gene IDs, \code{nbOcc} the number of
   components the gene contributes to, \code{components} the
   indices of those components.
   For each feature/gene, this function returns the indices
   of the components they contribute to.
 params <- buildMineICAParams(resPath="carbayo/")
 nbOcc <- MineICA:::nbOccInComp_simple(icaSet=icaSetCarbayo, params=params, level="genes")
   Anne Biton