Description Usage Arguments Value Examples

Copynumber data distributions are generally multi-modal. It is often assumed that the tallest peak represents "normal" and should therefore be centered on a log2ratio of zero. This function uses the density function to find the mode of the dominant peak and subtracts that value from the input data.

1 | ```
modeCenter(ds)
``` |

`ds` |
numeric matrix |

numeric matrix

1 | ```
modeCenter( matrix( rnorm(150, mean=0), ncol=3 ))
``` |

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