writeCdf: Creates a binary CDF file

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) See Also

View source: R/writeCdf.R

Description

This function creates a binary CDF file given a valid CDF structure containing all necessary elements.

Warning: The API for this function is likely to be changed in future versions.

Usage

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  writeCdf(fname, cdfheader, cdf, cdfqc, overwrite=FALSE, verbose=0)

Arguments

fname

name of the CDF file.

cdfheader

A list with a structure equal to the output of readCdfHeader.

cdf

A list with a structure equal to the output of readCdf.

cdfqc

A list with a structure equal to the output of readCdfQc.

overwrite

Overwrite existing file?

verbose

how verbose should the output be. 0 means no output, with higher numbers being more verbose.

Details

This function has been validated mainly by reading in various ASCII or binary CDF files which are written back as new CDF files, and compared element by element with the original files.

Value

This function is used for its byproduct: creating a CDF file.

Author(s)

Kasper Daniel Hansen

See Also

To read the CDF "regular" and QC units with all necessary fields and values for writing a CDF file, see readCdf, readCdfQc() and readCdfHeader. To compare two CDF files, see compareCdfs.


affxparser documentation built on Nov. 1, 2018, 2:25 a.m.