R/adjBy2ptReg.R

Defines functions .checkRegrArguments .datSlope adjBy2ptReg

Documented in adjBy2ptReg .checkRegrArguments .datSlope

#' Linear rescaling of numeric vertor or matrix
#'
#' \code{adjBy2ptReg} takes data within window defined by 'lims' and determines linear transformation so that these points get the regression characteristics 'regrTo', 
#' all other points (ie beyond the limits) will follow the same transformation.
#' In other words, this function performs 'linear rescaling', by adjusting (normalizing) the vector 'dat' by linear regression so that points falling in 'lims'
#' (list with upper & lower boundaries) will end up as 'regrTo'.
#'
#' @param dat numeric vector, matrix or data.frame
#' @param lims (list, length=2) should be list giving limits (list(lo=c(min,max),hi=c(min,max)) in data allowing identifying which points will be used for determining slope & offset
#' @param regrTo (numeric, length=2) to which characteristics data should be regressed
#' @param refLines (NULL or integer) optional subselection of lines of dat (will be used internal as refDat)
#' @param silent (logical) suppress messages
#' @param debug (logical) display additional messages for debugging
#' @param callFrom (character) allow easier tracking of messages produced
#' @return This function returns a matrix (of same dimensions as inlut matrix) with normalized values
#' @seealso \code{\link{normalizeThis}}
#' @examples
#' set.seed(2016); dat1 <- round(runif(50,0,100),1)
#' ## extreme values will be further away :
#' adjBy2ptReg(dat1,lims=list(c(5,9), c(60,90)))
#' plot(dat1, adjBy2ptReg(dat1, lims=list(c(5,9),c(60,90))))
#' @export
adjBy2ptReg <- function(dat, lims, regrTo=c(0.1,0.9), refLines=NULL, silent=FALSE, debug=FALSE, callFrom=NULL){
  fxNa <- .composeCallName(callFrom, newNa="adjBy2ptReg")
  if(!isTRUE(silent)) silent <- FALSE
  if(isTRUE(debug)) silent <- FALSE else debug <- FALSE
  if(length(refLines) >0) {
    if(is.character(refLines) && !is.null(rownames(dat))) refLines <- match(refLines, names(dat)) else {
    refLines <- as.integer(refLines)
    refLines <- refLines[which(refLines >0 & refLines < length(dat))]}}
  dat1 <- if(length(refLines) >0) dat[refLines] else dat
  if(is.null(names(dat1))) names(dat1) <- 1:length(dat1)
  msg <- "'lims' should be list giving limits (list(lo=c(min,max), hi=c(min,max))"
  if(!is.list(lims)) lims <- as.list(lims)
  if(length(lims) != 2) stop(msg)
  lim2 <- if(all(sapply(lims, length) ==1)) {
    list(lo=which(dat1 == lims[[1]]), hi=which(dat1 == lims[[1]]))
  } else {
    if(all(sapply(lims, length) ==2)) { list(
      lo=which(dat1 >= min(lims[[1]],na.rm=TRUE) & dat1 <= max(lims[[1]],na.rm=TRUE)),
      hi=which(dat1 >= min(lims[[2]],na.rm=TRUE) & dat1 <= max(lims[[2]],na.rm=TRUE)))
    } else stop(" cannot figure out 'lims' !\n ",msg)}
  chLe <- sapply(lim2, length)
  if(any(chLe <1)) message(fxNa,"Limits seem too tight : lo ",chLe[1],"  & hi ",chLe[2],"  entries found !")
  lim3 <- sapply(lim2, function(x) sum(dat1[x], na.rm=TRUE)/length(x))               # mean value at lo & hi indexing
  normFact <- if(length(lims) ==1) (regrTo[1]/lim3[1]) else (regrTo[2] -regrTo[1])/ (lim3[2] -lim3[1])       # slope
  normFact <- c(k=normFact, d= if(length(lims) ==1) 0 else regrTo[1] -normFact*lim3[1])
  norD <- dat1*normFact[1] + normFact[2]
  dat[which(is.finite(dat))] <- as.numeric(norD)
  dat }
 
#' Model linear regression and optional plot
#'
#' This function allows to model a linear regression and optionally to plot the results
#' 
#' @param dat (vector or matrix) main input
#' @param typeOfPlot (character)
#' @param toNinX (logical) 
#' @param plotData (logical) 
#' @param silent (logical) suppress messages
#' @param debug (logical) display additional messages for debugging
#' @param callFrom (character) allow easier tracking of messages produced
#' @return numeric vector with intercept and slope, optional plot
#' @seealso  \code{\link[base]{append}}; \code{\link{lrbind}}
#' @examples
#' .datSlope(c(3:6))
#' @export
.datSlope <- function(dat, typeOfPlot="sort", toNinX=FALSE, plotData=FALSE, silent=FALSE, debug=FALSE, callFrom=NULL){
  fxNa <- .composeCallName(callFrom, newNa=".datSlope")
  if(length(typeOfPlot) >1) {
    if(!silent) message(fxNa,"Invalid entry for typeOfPlot ",paste(typeOfPlot, collapse=", ")," (use 1st)")
    typeOfPlot <- typeOfPlot[1] }
  dat <- as.numeric(naOmit(sort(dat)))
  y <- if(tolower(typeOfPlot) %in% "cumsum") cumsum(sort(dat)) else sort(dat)
  y <- data.frame(out=y, n=1:length(dat))
  out <- if(toNinX) stats::lm(n ~ out, data=y)$coefficients else stats::lm(out ~ n, data=y)$coefficients
  if(plotData) { if(toNinX) {
      chF <- try(graphics::plot(y, type="s", ylab=if("cumsum" %in% tolower(typeOfPlot)) "cumsum" else "sorted"), silent=TRUE)
      if(!inherits(chF, "try-error")) { for(i in 2:ncol(out)) graphics::points(y); graphics::abline(out, lty=2, col=2)
      } else {
        if(!silent) message(fxNa,"UNABLE to plot data !")}
    } else {
      chF <- try(graphics::plot(1:nrow(y), y[,1], type="s", ylab=if("cumsum" %in% tolower(typeOfPlot)) "cumsum" else "sorted"), silent=TRUE)
      if(!inherits(chF, "try-error")) {graphics::points(1:nrow(y), y[,1]); graphics::abline(out, lty=2, col=2)} else { 
        if(!silent) message(fxNa,"UNABLE to plot data !")}
    } 
  }
  names(out) <- c("intercept","slope")
  out }

#' Check regression arguments
#'
#' This function allows to check arguments for linear regression. Used as argument checking for \code{regrBy1or2point} and \code{regrMultBy1or2point}
#' 
#' @param inData (numeric vector) main input
#' @param refList (list)
#' @param regreTo (numeric vector) 
#' @param callFrom (character) allow easier tracking of messages produced
#' @return list
#' @seealso  \code{\link[base]{append}}; \code{\link{lrbind}}
#' @examples
#' .datSlope(c(3:6))
#' @export
.checkRegrArguments <- function(inData, refList, regreTo, callFrom=NULL){
  ## argument checking for regrBy1or2point() & regrMultBy1or2point()
  ## 'inData' should be
  ## returns corrected/adjusted 'refList' and 'regreTo' (as list)
  fxNa <- .composeCallName(callFrom, newNa=".checkRegrArguments")
  if(!is.list(refList)) refList <- list(refList)
  if(is.list(inData) && !is.data.frame(inData)) message(fxNa,"Potential problem : not expecting list (length=",length(inData),") at place of 'inDat' !!")
  if(min(sapply(refList, length)) <2) {
    warning(fxNa,sum(sapply(refList, length) <2)," entries of 'refLst' contain less than 2 array-positions (well-names)")
    refList <- refList[which(sapply(refList, length) >1)] }
  datIsMa <- !is.null(dim(inData)) 
  checkRefFields <- unlist(refList) %in% (if(datIsMa) rownames(inData) else names(inData))
  if(sum(checkRefFields) <1) {
    message(fxNa," 'refList'  ",paste(unlist(refList),collapse=" "))
    message("Head(names(inDat) ",paste(if(datIsMa) utils::head(rownames(inData)) else utils::head(names(inData)),collapse=" ")," ...")
    stop(" none of the fields given in 'refList' appear in names of 'inDat' !") }
  if(sum(checkRefFields) < sum(sapply(refList, length))) message(fxNa,"Some of the fields given in 'refLst' do not appear in names of 'inDat' !")
  if(length(refList) > length(regreTo)) message(fxNa,"Need as many values 'regrTo' as types (of samples) given in 'refLst' !")
  list(refLst=refList, regrTo=regreTo) }
      

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