Order samples within a network.
Get the order of samples within a module based on the module summary vector.
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a list of interaction networks, one for each dataset. Each entry of the list should be a n * n matrix or where each element contains the edge weight between nodes i and j in the inferred network for that dataset.
a list of matrices, one for each dataset. Each entry of the list
should be the data used to infer the interaction
a list of matrices, one for each dataset. Each entry of
the list should be a n * n matrix where each element contains the
correlation coefficient between nodes i and j in the
a list of vectors, one for each discovery dataset, containing the module assignments for each node in that dataset.
a list of vectors, one for each
a single label given to nodes that do not belong to
any module in the
a vector of names or indices denoting the discovery
dataset(s) in the
a list of vectors, one for each
logical; should progress be reported? Default is
Input data structures:
The preservation of network modules in a second
dataset is quantified by measuring the preservation of topological
properties between the discovery and test datasets. These
properties are calculated not only from the interaction networks inferred
in each dataset, but also from the data used to infer those networks (e.g.
gene expression data) as well as the correlation structure between
variables/nodes. Thus, all functions in the
NetRep package have the
network: a list of interaction networks, one for each dataset.
data: a list of data matrices used to infer those networks, one for each dataset.
correlation: a list of matrices containing the pairwise correlation coefficients between variables/nodes in each dataset.
moduleAssignments: a list of vectors, one for each discovery dataset, containing the module assignments for each node in that dataset.
modules: a list of vectors, one for each discovery dataset, containing the names of the modules from that dataset to analyse.
discovery: a vector indicating the names or indices of the previous arguments' lists to use as the discovery dataset(s) for the analyses.
test: a list of vectors, one vector for each discovery dataset, containing the names or indices of the
correlationargument lists to use as the test dataset(s) for the analysis of each discovery dataset.
The formatting of these arguments is not strict: each function will attempt
to make sense of the user input. For example, if there is only one
discovery dataset, then input to the
test arguments may be vectors, rather than lists. If the
sampleOrder are being calculate within the discovery or
test datasets, then the
test arguments do
not need to be specified, and the input matrices for the
correlation arguments do not need to be wrapped in
Analysing large datasets:
Matrices in the
can be supplied as
disk.matrix objects. This class allows
matrix data to be kept on disk and loaded as required by NetRep.
This dramatically decreases memory usage: the matrices for only one
dataset will be kept in RAM at any point in time.
A nested list structure. At the top level, the list has one element per
'discovery' dataset. Each of these elements is a list that has one
'test' dataset analysed for that
dataset. Each of these elements is a list that has one element per
'modules' specified, containing a vector of node names for the
requested module. When
simplify = TRUE then the simplest possible
structure will be returned. E.g. if the sample ordering are requested for
in only one dataset, then a single vector of node labels will be returned.
simplify = FALSE then a nested list of datasets will always be
returned, i.e. each element at the top level and second level correspond to
a dataset, and each element at the third level will correspond to modules
discovered in the dataset specified at the top level if module labels are
provided in the corresponding
moduleAssignments list element. E.g.
results[["Dataset1"]][["Dataset2"]][["module1"]] will contain the
order of samples calculated in "Dataset2", where "module1" was indentified
in "Dataset1". Modules and datasets for which calculation of the sample
order have not been requested will contain
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# load in example data, correlation, and network matrices for a discovery # and test dataset: data("NetRep") # Set up input lists for each input matrix type across datasets. The list # elements can have any names, so long as they are consistent between the # inputs. network_list <- list(discovery=discovery_network, test=test_network) data_list <- list(discovery=discovery_data, test=test_data) correlation_list <- list(discovery=discovery_correlation, test=test_correlation) labels_list <- list(discovery=module_labels) # Sort nodes within module 1 in descending order by module summary samples <- sampleOrder( network=network_list, data=data_list, correlation=correlation_list, moduleAssignments=labels_list, modules="1" )