ct.normalizeNTC: Normalize sample abundance estimates by the median values of...

Description Usage Arguments Value Author(s) Examples

View source: R/NormalizeByNTCLoess.R

Description

This function normalizes Crispr gRNA abundance estimates by equalizing the median abundances of the nontargeting gRNAs within each sample. The normalized values are returned as normalized counts in the 'exprs' slot of the input eset. Note that this method may be unstable if the screening library contains relatively few nontargeting gRNAs.

Usage

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ct.normalizeNTC(eset, annotation, lib.size = NULL, geneSymb = NULL)

Arguments

eset

An ExpressionSet object containing, at minimum, count data accessible by exprs.

annotation

An annotation dataframe indicating the nontargeting controls in the geneID column.

lib.size

An optional vector of voom-appropriate library size adjustment factors, usually calculated with calcNormFactors and transformed to reflect the appropriate library size. These adjustment factors are interpreted as the total library sizes for each sample, and if absent will be extrapolated from the columnwise count sums of the exprs slot of the eset.

geneSymb

The geneSymbol identifier in annotation that corresponds to nontargeting gRNAs. If absent, ct.gRNARankByReplicate will attempt to infer nontargeting guides by searching for "no_gid" or NA in the appropriate columns via ct.prepareAnnotation().

Value

A normalized eset.

Author(s)

Russell Bainer

Examples

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data('es')
data('ann')

#Build the sample key and library sizes for visualization
library(Biobase)
sk <- ordered(relevel(as.factor(pData(es)$TREATMENT_NAME), "ControlReference"))
names(sk) <- row.names(pData(es))
ls <- colSums(exprs(es))

es.norm <- ct.normalizeNTC(es, ann, lib.size = ls, geneSymb = 'NoTarget')

ct.gRNARankByReplicate(es, sk, lib.size = ls)
ct.gRNARankByReplicate(es.norm, sk, lib.size = ls)


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