There are two notions of intersection in `flowCore`

. First, there
is the usual intersection boolean operator `&`

that has been
overridden to allow the intersection of two filters or of a filter and
a list for convenience. There is also the `%&%`

or
`%subset%`

operator that takes an intersection, but with subset
semantics rather than simple intersection semantics. In other words,
when taking a subset, calculations from
`summary`

and other methods
are taken with respect to the right hand filter. This primarily
affects calculations, which are ordinarily calculated with respect to the
entire population as well as data-driven gating procedures which will
operate only on elements contained by the right hand filter. This
becomes especially important when using filters such as
`norm2Filter`

B. Ellis

flowCore documentation built on Jan. 10, 2018, 2:01 a.m.

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