Put target table information

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Description

Asssuming that the targets are provided in a NIST mass spectral library, i.e. MSL, format, this function reads the list of targets and the related information.

Usage

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putTargetTable(target.table = list(), target.table.file.name = character())

Arguments

target.table

a list containing the target table information, e.g. obtained using getTargetTable.

target.table.file.name

a string including the full name of a text file including the target compounds information.

Details

This function writes the target table information in a csv file so the user can open the results in text and table editors.

Value

A logical value

Author(s)

Mo R. Nezami Ranjbar

References

http://omics.georgetown.edu/SIMAT.html

See Also

getTargetTable

Examples

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    # load the target table information
    data(target.table)

    # create a subset of the table
    target.table.sub <- list()
    target.table.sub$compound <- target.table$compound[1:2]
    target.table.sub$ms <- target.table$ms[1:2]
    
    # write the subset into a csv file
    putTargetTable(target.table = target.table.sub, 
                    target.table.file.name = "TargetTableSub.csv")