Get and set column names on each
data component in a multiData structure.
mtd.colnames(multiData) mtd.setColnames(multiData, colnames)
A multiData structure
A vector (coercible to character) of column names.
A multiData structure is intended to store (the same type of) data for multiple, possibly independent,
(for example, expression data for several independent experiments). It is a list where
each component corresponds to an (independent) data set. Each component is in turn a list that can hold
various types of information but must have a
data component. In a "strict" multiData structure, the
data components are required to each be a matrix or a data frame and have the same number of
columns. In a "loose" multiData structure, the
data components can be anything (but for most
purposes should be of comparable type and content).
mtd.setColnames assume (and checks for) a "strict" multiData structure.
mtd.colnames returns the vector of column names of the
data component. The function assumes
the column names in all sets are the same.
mtd.setColnames returns the multiData structure with the column names set in all
multiData to create a multiData structure.
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