This function is used to read the files provided into a format which will be usable by the MBCB package (data.frame).
The file-name (character string) representing the signal file.
The file-name (character string) representing the control file.
A boolean value representing whether the input files are bead-level or bead-type. If the input is bead-level, set this value to True so that the raw bead-level values can be summarized to bead-type data.
This function will return a list containing two data frames: sig and con.
Represents the signal file.
Represents the negative control data.frame.
The input files should be tab-delimited files in the following form:
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Note that both of these examples come from a test involving four trials. Your data could use whatever number you'd like.
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data(MBCBExpressionData) # Create files from the data provided in this package in the current # directory # Obviously, this is the opposite of what the function does, but we need to # write sample files for the sake of the demonstration # The signal and negative control files can be used by calling the above # command without the writing and reading of the data. write.table(expressionSignal, 'signal.txt', sep="\t"); write.table(negativeControl, 'negative.control.txt', sep="\t"); #read in those files just created. data <- mbcb.parseFile('signal.txt', 'negative.control.txt'); signal <- data$sig; negCon <- data$con;
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