gh_get_transformations: Return a list of transformations or a transformation in a...

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Examples

View source: R/GatingHierarchy_Methods.R

Description

Return a list of all the transformations or a transformation in a GatingHierarchy

Usage

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gh_get_transformations(
  x,
  channel = NULL,
  inverse = FALSE,
  only.function = TRUE,
  ...
)

Arguments

x

A GatingHierarchy object

channel

character channel name

inverse

logical whether to return the inverse transformation function. Valid when only.funtion is TRUE

only.function

logical whether to return the function or the entire transformer object(see scales package) that contains transform and inverse and breaks function.

...

other arguments equal.spaced logical passed to the breaks functio to determine whether to break at 10^n or equally spaced intervals

Details

Returns a list of the transformations or a transformation in the flowJo workspace. The list is of length L, where L is the number of distinct transformations applied to samples in the flowjo_workspace. Each element of L is itself a list of length M, where M is the number of parameters that were transformed for a sample or group of samples in a flowjo_workspace. For example, if a sample has 10 parameters, and 5 are transformed during analysis, using two different sets of transformations, then L will be of length 2, and each element of L will be of length 5. The elements of L represent channel- or parameter-specific transformation functions that map from raw intensity values to channel-space used by flowJo.

Value

lists of functions(or transform objects when only.function is FALSE), with each element of the list representing a transformation applied to a specific channel/parameter of a sample.

Examples

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## Not run: 
	#Assume gh is a GatingHierarchy
	gh_get_transformations(gh); # return a list transformation functions
 gh_get_transformations(gh, inverse = TRUE); # return a list inverse transformation functions
 gh_get_transformations(gh, channel = "FL1-H") # only return the transfromation associated with given channel
 gh_get_transformations(gh, channel = "FL1-H", only.function = FALSE) # return the entire transform object

## End(Not run)

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