flowjo_biexp: construct the flowJo-type biexponentioal transformation...

Description Usage Arguments Examples

View source: R/flow_trans.R

Description

Normally it was parsed from flowJo xml workspace. This function provides the alternate way to construct the flowJo version of logicle transformation function within R.

Usage

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flowjo_biexp(
  channelRange = 4096,
  maxValue = 262144,
  pos = 4.5,
  neg = 0,
  widthBasis = -10,
  inverse = FALSE
)

Arguments

channelRange

numeric the maximum value of transformed data

maxValue

numeric the maximum value of input data

pos

numeric the full width of the transformed display in asymptotic decades

neg

numeric Additional negative range to be included in the display in asymptotic decades

widthBasis

numeric unkown.

inverse

logical whether to return the inverse transformation function.

Examples

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trans <- flowjo_biexp()
data.raw <- c(-1, 1e3, 1e5)
data.trans <- trans(data.raw)
round(data.trans)
inv <- flowjo_biexp(inverse = TRUE)
round(inv(data.trans))

RGLab/flowWorkspace documentation built on July 9, 2020, 1:55 a.m.