Convenience methods to facilitate the construction of
An optional parameter that sets the
A definition of the gate. This can be either a list, vector or matrix, described below.
You can also directly describe a gate without wrapping it in a list or matrix, as described below.
These functions are designed to be useful in both direct and programmatic usage.
For rectangle gate in n dimensions, if n=1 the gate correspond to a range
gate. If n=2, the gate is a rectangle gate. To use this function
programmatically, you may either construct a list or you may construct a
n columns and
2 rows. The first row corresponds
to the minimal value for each parameter while the second row corresponds to
the maximal value for each parameter. The names of the parameters are taken
from the column names as in the third example.
Rectangle gate objects can also be multiplied together using the
operator, provided that both gate have orthogonal axes.
For polygon gate, the boundaries are specified as vertices in 2 dimensions, for polytope gate objects as vertices in n dimensions.
Polytope gate objects will represent the convex polytope determined by the vertices and parameter b which together specify the polytope as an intersection of half-spaces represented as a system of linear inequalities, Ax≤ b
For quadrant gates, the boundaries are specified as a named list or vector of length two.
for use in filtering
flowFrames or other flow cytometry
F.Hahne, B. Ellis N. Le Meur
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