merge2cghCalls: Merge two cghCall-objects into one cghCall-object

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) References See Also Examples

View source: R/dataManagementFunctions.r

Description

Merge two cghCall-objects into one cghCall-object.

Usage

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merge2cghCalls(CNdata1, CNdata2, verbose=TRUE)

Arguments

CNdata1

Object of class cghCall.

CNdata2

Object of class cghCall.

verbose

Logical indicator: should intermediate output be printed on the screen?

Details

Data of the two objects is assumed to originate from the same samples, and are presented in the same order.

Only the experimental data and annotation information is inherited by the merged object.

Value

Object of class cghCall, restricted to the specified subset of features.

Author(s)

Wessel N. van Wieringen: [email protected]

References

Van de Wiel, M.A., Kim, K.I., Vosse, S.J., Van Wieringen, W.N., Wilting, S.M. , Ylstra, B. (2007), "CGHcall: an algorithm for calling aberrations for multiple array CGH tumor profiles", Bioinformatics, 23, 892-894.

Van Wieringen, W.N., Unger, K., Leday, G.G.R., Krijgsman, O., De Menezes, R.X., Ylstra, B., Van de Wiel, M.A. (2012), "Matching of array CGH and gene expression microarray features for the purpose of integrative analysis", BMC Bioinformatics, 13:80.

See Also

cghCall.

Examples

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# load data
data(pollackCN16) 

# create two cghCall-objects
ids1 <- sample(1:dim(pollackCN16)[1], 10) 
CNdata1 <- pollackCN16[ids1,] 
CNdata2 <- pollackCN16[-ids1,] 

# order the copy number data genomically
pollackCN16 <- merge2cghCalls(CNdata1, CNdata2) 

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