\title{ Create output for MAGELLAN and obtain MAGELLAN statistics.  }

\description{ Export a fitness landscape in a format that is understood
  by MAGELLAN \url{http://wwwabi.snv.jussieu.fr/public/Magellan/} and
  obtain fitness landscape statistics from MAGELLAN. 


to_Magellan(x, file,
            max_num_genotypes = 2000)

Magellan_stats(x, max_num_genotypes = 2000,
               verbose = FALSE,
               use_log = FALSE,
               short = TRUE,
               replace_missing = FALSE)

  \item{x}{ One of the following:

      \item A matrix (or data frame) with g + 1 columns. Each of the
      first g columns contains a 1 or a 0 indicating that the gene of
      that column is mutated or not. Column g+ 1 contains the fitness
      values. This is, for instance, the output you will get from

      \item A two column data frame. The second column is fitness, and
      the first column are genotypes, given as a character vector. For
      instance, a row "A, B" would mean the genotype with both A and B
      \item The output from a call to
      \code{\link{evalAllGenotypes}}. Make sure you use \code{order =
	FALSE} in that call.
      \item The output from a call to
      \code{\link{evalAllGenotypesMut}}. Make sure you use \code{order =
      \item The output from a call to \code{\link{allFitnessEffects}}
      (with no order effects in the specification).
    The first two are the same as the format for the \code{genotFitness}
    component in \code{\link{allFitnessEffects}}.  }
  \item{file}{The name of the output file. If NULL, a name will be
  created using \code{\link{tempfile}}.}

  \item{max_num_genotypes}{Maximum allowed number of genotypes. For some
    types of input, we make a call to \code{\link{evalAllGenotypes}}, and
    use this as the maximum.}
  \item{verbose}{If TRUE provide additional information about names of
    intermediate files.}
  \item{use_log}{Use log fitness when computing statistics. Note that
    the \code{\link{rfitness}} function outputs what should be
    interpreted as log-fitness values, and thus we set this option by
    default to \code{FALSE}.}
  \item{short}{Give short output when computing statistics.}

  \item{replace_missing}{From MAGELLAN's \code{fl_statistics}: replace
  missing fitness values with 0 (otherwise check that all values are


  \code{to_Magellan}: A file is written to disk. You can then plot and/or show summary
  statistics using MAGELLAN.

  \code{Magellan_stats}: MAGELLAN's statistics for fitness
  landscapes. If you use \code{short = TRUE} a vector of statistics is
  returned. If \code{short = FALSE}, MAGELLAN returns a file with
  detailed statistics that cannot be turned into a simple vector of
  statistics. The returned object uses \code{readLines} and, as a
  message, you are also shown the path of the file, in case you want to
  process it yourself.

  If you try to pass a fitness specification with order effects you will
  receive an error, since that cannot be plotted with MAGELLAN.

Ramon Diaz-Uriarte

  MAGELLAN web site: \url{http://wwwabi.snv.jussieu.fr/public/Magellan/}

  Brouillet, S. et al. (2015). MAGELLAN: a tool to explore small fitness landscapes. \emph{bioRxiv}, \bold{31583}. \url{http://doi.org/10.1101/031583}



## Generate random fitness for four-genes genotype
## and export landscape.

r1 <- rfitness(4)
to_Magellan(r1, NULL)

## Specify fitness using a DAG and export it
cs <-  data.frame(parent = c(rep("Root", 3), "a", "d", "c"),
                      child = c("a", "b", "d", "e", "c", "f"),
                      s = 0.1,
                      sh = -0.9,
                      typeDep = "MN")

to_Magellan(allFitnessEffects(cs), NULL)

## Default, short output

## Long output; since it is a > 200 lines file,
## place in an object. Name of output file is given as message
statslong <- Magellan_stats(allFitnessEffects(cs), short = FALSE)

## Default, short output of two NK fitness landscapes
rnk1 <- rfitness(6, K = 1, model = "NK")

rnk2 <- rfitness(6, K = 4, model = "NK")


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