bpMatrix: This function generates the Bait-Prey Matrix for an...

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) Examples

View source: R/bpMatrix.R

Description

This function takes in experimental ppi data and generates the bait to prey adjacency matrix.

Usage

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bpMatrix(y2h, symMat = TRUE, homodimer = FALSE, baitAsPrey = FALSE, 
	      unWeighted=TRUE, onlyRecip=FALSE, baitsOnly=FALSE)

Arguments

y2h

A named list of character vectors. The names of the list correspond to the baits used in the experimental technology. The entries of the character vectors are those proteins found as prey or a character(0) if the bait did not find any prey.

symMat

A logical, if TRUE, the matrix will be square with all the proteins documented in the experiment indexing both the row and column; if FALSE, only the baits index the rows, preys the columns.

homodimer

A logical. If TRUE, the matrix will record the presence of homodimers; if FALSE, all homodimers data will be deleted.

baitAsPrey

A logical; if TRUE, the columns will be indexed by both the bait and prey population while the rows will remain indexed by the baits exclusively.

unWeighted

A logical. If TRUE, the entries of the adjacency will be binary (0,1) which records the presence of interactions or not. If FALSE, the entries of the matrix will be a natrual number to record the multiplicity of the interaction found by the experiment.

onlyRecip

A logical. If TRUE, the adjacency matrix will be restricted to only those interactions which are symmetric.

baitsOnly

A logical. If TRUE, the matrix will be indexed by the baits for both the rows and columns. If baitsOnly is TRUE, then baitsAsPrey must also be TRUE and symMat must be FALSE

Details

It is important to note that the weight of each directed edge is recorded by the number of instances bait b finds prey p.

Value

An adjacency matrix with weighting. The rows are indexed by those proteins sampled as baits (if symMat is true, only those rows with non-trivial row sums were sampled as baits) and the colunms are indexed by proteins detected as baits (et cetera).

Author(s)

T Chiang

Examples

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library(ppiData)
data(y2hSysGW)
eg <- y2hSysGW[2:4]
lapply(eg, bpMatrix)

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