write.dataSet: Write dataSet

Description Usage Arguments Examples

Description

Write the values for observations of an object of DataSet class in an output file. This values are writen in columns with the follow order: Cy3, Cy5, Cy3 Background, Cy5 Background, Ids and finally the Zscore value. By default this output file has no header.

Usage

1
2
3
write.dataSet(dataSet.spot, fileName, quote
= FALSE, col.names = FALSE, row.names = FALSE,
Zscore.min = NULL, Zscore.max = NULL, sep = "\t")

Arguments

dataSet.spot

An object of DataSet class

fileName

The name of the output file where the data will be writen. This argument must be quoted.

quote

If quote = TRUE, all values in the file will be quoted.

col.names

If col.names = TRUE, an integer is writen in every column as header. By default col.names = FALSE.

row.names

If row.names = TRUE will be an extra column that numerates every rows in the file.

Zscore.min

The lower value in a range, if Zscore.min = NULL then the file will contain all values bellow Zscore.max

Zscore.max

The greater value in a range, if Zscore.max = NULL then file will be contain all values above Zscore.min. Both values, Zscore.min and Zscore.max can not be NULL

sep

Character to separate the columns in file. By default sep = "\t".

Examples

1
2
3
data(WT.dataset)
write.dataSet(dataSet.spot = WT.dataset, fileName = "Example.csv", Zscore.min = 1,
Zscore.max = 1.5, sep = "\t")


Search within the genArise package
Search all R packages, documentation and source code

Questions? Problems? Suggestions? or email at ian@mutexlabs.com.

Please suggest features or report bugs with the GitHub issue tracker.

All documentation is copyright its authors; we didn't write any of that.