seriate_reciprocal(object, ...)
refine_seriation(object, ...)
# S4 method for CountMatrix
seriate_reciprocal(object, EPPM = FALSE, margin = c(1, 2), stop = 100)
# S4 method for IncidenceMatrix
seriate_reciprocal(object, margin = c(1, 2), stop = 100)
# S4 method for CountMatrix
refine_seriation(object, cutoff, n = 1000, axes = c(1, 2), ...)

## Arguments

object |
An object. |

... |
Currently not used. |

EPPM |
A `logical` scalar: should the seriation be computed
on EPPM instead of raw data? |

margin |
A `numeric` vector giving the subscripts which the
rearrangement will be applied over: `1` indicates rows, `2`
indicates columns, `c(1, 2)` indicates rows then columns,
`c(2, 1)` indicates columns then rows. |

stop |
An `integer` giving the stopping rule
(i.e. maximum number of iterations) to avoid infinite loop. |

cutoff |
A function that takes a numeric vector as argument and returns
a single numeric value (see below). |

n |
A non-negative `integer` giving the number of bootstrap
replications (see below). |

axes |
A `numeric` vector giving the subscripts of the CA
axes to be used (see below). |

## Author

N. Frerebeau