R/rangeSummaries.R

Defines functions numCallable rle_range_means rle_view_which_maxs rle_view_which_mins rle_view_maxs rle_view_mins rle_view_means rle_view_sums rangeColMeans do_rledf_range_summary do_rledf_views

Documented in numCallable rangeColMeans

### Methods to do view operations on an RleDataFrame
### viewMeans(Views(rledf,iranges)) works, but gives list.  Consistency good, but I
### really wanna simplify via vapply here ...

##' @include RleDataFrame-class.R
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##' Calculate min/max/sum/mean/whichmin/whichmax over each view on each column of an RleDataFrame.
##'
##' Loop over the Rle objects in an RleDataFrame, calculate the appropriate statistic for each view. If simplify == FALSE,
##' this function returns a vector for each Rle. If simplify == TRUE, it returns a vector for the case of a single view, otherwise,
##' a matrix. Rownames for the matrix are taken from the names of the argument \code{bounds}.
##' @param x RleDataFrame
##' @param bounds IRanges or matrix, views on every Rle. If \code{bounds} is a matrix, it is converted to an IRanges using the first
##' two columns as the starts and stops. Names for the IRanges are taken from the rownames of the matrix. Such a matrix can be
##' constructed with \code{boundingIndicesByChr}.
##' @param na.rm scalar logical, ignore NAs in calculations?
##' @param simplify scalar logical, simplify result? For a single view, a vector, otherwise a matrix with one row per view.
##' @param RLEFUN function, internal rle view summary function like .rle_view_means
##' @param FUN.TYPE scalar character, the storage mode for the returned vector or matrix (when simplify==TRUE).
##' @return With \code{simplify == TRUE}, a vector for single view or a matrix
##' otherwise. When \code{simplify == FALSE}, a list of vectors length ncol(x) where each element is of length \code{nrows(bounds)}.
##' @keywords internal
##' @rdname do_rledf_views
##' @seealso RleDataFrame boundingIndicesByChr
##' @family views
.do_rledf_views <- function(x, bounds, na.rm = FALSE, simplify = TRUE, RLEFUN, FUN.TYPE = c("numeric", 
    "double", "integer", "logical")) {
    # Make an IRanges from ranges matrix if necessary
    if (is.matrix(bounds)) {
        bounds = IRanges(start = bounds[, 1], end = bounds[, 2], names = rownames(bounds))
    }
    # Trim IRanges once if necessary
    start(bounds)[start(bounds) < 1L] = 1L
    end(bounds)[end(bounds) > nrow(x)] = nrow(x)
    # Hoist the Views dispatch
    myviewfun = getMethod("Views", "Rle", where = "IRanges")
    # Calculate the view stats
    if (simplify == TRUE) {
        FUN.TYPE = match.arg(FUN.TYPE)
        nviews = length(bounds)
        val = vapply(x, FUN = function(rle) {
            RLEFUN(myviewfun(rle, bounds), na.rm = na.rm)
        }, USE.NAMES = TRUE, FUN.VALUE = structure(vector(FUN.TYPE, nviews), names = names(bounds)))
    } else {
        val = lapply(x, function(rle) {
            RLEFUN(myviewfun(rle, bounds), na.rm = na.rm)
        })
    }
    return(val)
}

##' Calculate min/max/sum/mean/whichmin/whichmax over ranges on each column of an RleDataFrame.
##'
##' Loop over the Rle objects in an RleDataFrame, calculate the appropriate statistic for each view. If simplify == FALSE,
##' this function returns a vector for each Rle. If simplify == TRUE, it returns a vector for the case of a single range, otherwise,
##' a matrix. Rownames for the matrix are taken from the names of the argument \code{bounds}.
##' @param x RleDataFrame
##' @param bounds IRanges or matrix, views on every Rle. If \code{bounds} is a matrix, the first
##' two columns are used as as the starts and stops. Names for the ranges are taken from rownames of the matrix. Such a matrix can be
##' constructed with \code{boundingIndicesByChr}.
##' @param na.rm scalar logical, ignore NAs in calculations?
##' @param simplify scalar logical, simplify result? For a single view, a vector, otherwise a matrix with one row per view.
##' @param RLEFUN function, internal rle view summary function like .rle_range_means
##' @param FUN.TYPE scalar character, the storage mode for the returned vector or matrix (when simplify==TRUE).
##' @return With \code{simplify == TRUE}, a vector for single view or a matrix
##' otherwise. When \code{simplify == FALSE}, a list of vectors length ncol(x) where each element is of length \code{nrows(bounds)}.
##' @keywords internal
##' @rdname do_rledf_range_summary
##' @seealso RleDataFrame boundingIndicesByChr
##' @family views
.do_rledf_range_summary <- function(x, bounds, na.rm = FALSE, simplify = TRUE, RLEFUN, 
    FUN.TYPE = c("numeric", "double", "integer", "logical")) {
    # Make an IRanges from ranges matrix if necessary
    if (is.matrix(bounds)) {
        start = bounds[, 1]
        end = bounds[, 2]
        names = rownames(bounds)
    } else if (is(bounds, "IRanges")) {
        start = start(bounds)
        end = end(bounds)
        names = names(bounds)
    } else {
        stop("x must be a two-column matrix or an IRanges.")
    }
    # Trim IRanges once if necessary
    start[start < 1L] = 1L
    end[end > nrow(x)] = nrow(x)
    
    # Calculate the view stats
    if (simplify == TRUE) {
        FUN.TYPE = match.arg(FUN.TYPE)
        val = vapply(x, FUN = function(rle) {
            RLEFUN(start, end, runValue(rle), runLength(rle), na.rm = na.rm)
        }, USE.NAMES = TRUE, FUN.VALUE = structure(vector(FUN.TYPE, length(start)), 
            names = names))
    } else {
        val = lapply(x, function(rle) {
            structure(RLEFUN(start, end, runValue(rle), runLength(rle), na.rm = na.rm), 
                names = names)
        })
    }
    return(val)
}

##' @export rangeSums
setGeneric("rangeSums", function(x, bounds, na.rm = FALSE, simplify = TRUE) {
    standardGeneric("rangeSums")
})
setMethod("rangeSums", signature = signature(x = "RleDataFrame"), function(x, bounds, 
    na.rm = FALSE, simplify = TRUE) {
    .do_rledf_views(x, bounds, na.rm = na.rm, simplify = simplify, RLEFUN = .rle_view_sums, 
        FUN.TYPE = "numeric")
})

##' @export rangeMins
setGeneric("rangeMins", function(x, bounds, na.rm = FALSE, simplify = TRUE) {
    standardGeneric("rangeMins")
})
setMethod("rangeMins", signature = signature(x = "RleDataFrame"), function(x, bounds, 
    na.rm = FALSE, simplify = TRUE) {
    .do_rledf_views(x, bounds, na.rm = na.rm, simplify = simplify, RLEFUN = .rle_view_mins, 
        FUN.TYPE = "numeric")
})

##' @export rangeMaxs
setGeneric("rangeMaxs", function(x, bounds, na.rm = FALSE, simplify = TRUE) {
    standardGeneric("rangeMaxs")
})
setMethod("rangeMaxs", signature = signature(x = "RleDataFrame"), function(x, bounds, 
    na.rm = FALSE, simplify = TRUE) {
    .do_rledf_views(x, bounds, na.rm = na.rm, simplify = simplify, RLEFUN = .rle_view_maxs, 
        FUN.TYPE = "numeric")
})

##' @export rangeWhichMins
setGeneric("rangeWhichMins", function(x, bounds, na.rm = FALSE, simplify = TRUE) {
    standardGeneric("rangeWhichMins")
})
setMethod("rangeWhichMins", signature = signature(x = "RleDataFrame"), function(x, 
    bounds, na.rm = FALSE, simplify = TRUE) {
    .do_rledf_views(x, bounds, na.rm = na.rm, simplify = simplify, RLEFUN = .rle_view_which_mins, 
        FUN.TYPE = "integer")
})

##' @export rangeWhichMaxs
setGeneric("rangeWhichMaxs", function(x, bounds, na.rm = FALSE, simplify = TRUE) {
    standardGeneric("rangeWhichMaxs")
})
setMethod("rangeWhichMaxs", signature = signature(x = "RleDataFrame"), function(x, 
    bounds, na.rm = FALSE, simplify = TRUE) {
    .do_rledf_views(x, bounds, na.rm = na.rm, simplify = simplify, RLEFUN = .rle_view_which_maxs, 
        FUN.TYPE = "integer")
})


##' @export rangeMeans
setGeneric("rangeMeans", function(x, bounds, na.rm = FALSE, simplify = TRUE, ...) {
    standardGeneric("rangeMeans")
})
setMethod("rangeMeans", signature = signature(x = "RleDataFrame"), function(x, bounds, 
    na.rm = FALSE, simplify = TRUE) {
    .do_rledf_range_summary(x, bounds, na.rm = na.rm, simplify = simplify, RLEFUN = .rle_range_means, 
        FUN.TYPE = "numeric")
})

setMethod("rangeMeans", signature = signature(x = "numeric"), function(x, bounds, 
    na.rm = FALSE) {
    if (!is.double(x)) {
        storage.mode(x) = "double"
    }
    ans = .Call("rangeMeans_numeric", bounds, x, na.rm)
    return(ans)
})

## S4 does not see a class relationship between numeric and matrix. Hulk smash S4.
setMethod("rangeMeans", signature = signature(x = "matrix"), function(x, bounds, 
    na.rm = FALSE) {
    if (!is.double(x)) {
        storage.mode(x) = "double"
    }
    ans = .Call("rangeMeans_numeric", bounds, x, na.rm)
    return(ans)
})

##' @export rangeColMeans
rangeColMeans <- function(x, all.indices) {
    .Deprecated("rangeMeans", msg = "rangeColMeans has changed to rangeMeans. Please note that the order of arguments is different too.")
    rangeMeans(x, all.indices, na.rm = TRUE)
}

### Internal methods to get directly to summary functions, using Views, but
### skipping trim
.rle_view_sums <- function(x, na.rm) {
    .Call("RleViews_viewSums", x, na.rm, PACKAGE = "IRanges")
}
.rle_view_means <- function(x, na.rm) {
    .Call("RleViews_viewMeans", x, na.rm, PACKAGE = "IRanges")
}
.rle_view_mins <- function(x, na.rm) {
    .Call("RleViews_viewMins", x, na.rm, PACKAGE = "IRanges")
}
.rle_view_maxs <- function(x, na.rm) {
    .Call("RleViews_viewMaxs", x, na.rm, PACKAGE = "IRanges")
}
.rle_view_which_mins <- function(x, na.rm) {
    .Call("RleViews_viewWhichMins", x, na.rm, PACKAGE = "IRanges")
}
.rle_view_which_maxs <- function(x, na.rm) {
    .Call("RleViews_viewWhichMaxs", x, na.rm, PACKAGE = "IRanges")
}

### Internal methods to get directly to summary functions, skipping trim and Views
.rle_range_means <- function(start, end, values, lengths, na.rm) {
    .Call("rangeMeans_rle", as.integer(start), as.integer(end), as.numeric(values), 
        lengths, na.rm = na.rm)
}

##' Count Rle positions >= min
##'
##' For Rle coverage vector, count number of positions where value >= min, think callable bases.
##' @param rle integer Rle, no NAs
##' @param bounds IRanges or matrix, positions in Rle to consider. If \code{bounds} is a matrix, the first
##' two columns are used as start and end.
##' @param min scalar integer, count Rle positions >= this value.
##' @return integer vector of length nrow(bounds)
##' @export
numCallable <- function(rle, bounds, min) {
    #### disjoin !
    if (is.matrix(bounds)) {
        if (storage.mode(bounds) != "integer") {
            storage.mode(bounds) = "integer"
        }
        start = bounds[, 1]
        end = bounds[, 2]
    } else if (is(bounds, "IRanges")) {
        start = start(bounds)
        end = end(bounds)
    } else {
        stop("x must be a two-column matrix or an IRanges.")
    }
    .Call("numCallable_rle", start, end, runValue(rle), runLength(rle), as.integer(min))
}

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