generateIonChromatogram: Generate ion chromatogram from raw data points

Description Usage Arguments Details Value

View source: R/generateIonChromatogram.R

Description

On the input raw data, aggregate intensites across the mz range at each retention time to generate an ion chromatogram: sum for EIC/TIC, max, min or mean. The number of data points returned correspond to the number of unique scans/retention time measurements in the input data

Usage

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generateIonChromatogram(ROIDataPoint, aggregationFunction = "sum")

Arguments

ROIDataPoint

(data.frame) retention time 'rt', mass 'mz' and intensity 'int' (as column) of each raw data points (as row) to use for the ion chromatogram

aggregationFunction

(str) Function to use in order to aggregate intensities across mz in each scan. One of sum, max, min, mean

Details

## Examples cannot be computed as the function is not exported: ## Input data points in_rt <- c(3362.102, 3362.102, 3363.667, 3363.667, 3365.232, 3365.232, 3366.797, 3366.797, 3368.362, 3368.362) in_mz <- c(496.2, 497.2, 496.2, 497.2, 496.2, 497.2, 496.2, 497.2, 496.2, 497.2) in_int <- c(39616, 11432, 63344, 18224, 107352, 30936, 182144, 51776, 295232, 81216) input_ROIDataPoints <- data.frame(rt=in_rt, mz=in_mz, int=in_int)

## Aggregate mz to generate EIC EIC <- generateIonChromatogram(input_ROIDataPoints,aggregationFunction='sum') EIC # rt int # 1 3362.102 51048 # 2 3363.667 81568 # 3 3365.232 138288 # 4 3366.797 233920 # 5 3368.362 376448

Value

A data.frame of retention time 'rt' and aggregated intensities 'int'


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