R/max_delta.R

Defines functions max_delta

Documented in max_delta

#' max_delta
#'
#' Helper function for reordering levels of calcium response based on the maximum change in reponse
#' aligned to the end of a pulse. Mainly for use in plotGCaMP_multi.R. End value is derived from input
#' in plotGCaMP_multi.R
#'
#' @export
#' @examples ggplot(aes(x = time, y = fct_reorder(animal_num, delF, max_delta)))

max_delta <- function(x, end = 60) {

  # if(max(x[(end*4 - 10):(end*4 + 20)]) > 0) {
  #     max(x[(end*4 - 10):(end*4 + 20)]) -
  #       min(x[(end*4 - 10):(end*4 + 20)])
  # } else {
  #     max(x[(end*4 - 10):(end*4 + 20)]) +
  #       min(x[(end*4 -10):(end*4 + 20)])
  # }
  #

  # new version:
  maxval <- max(x[(end*4):(end*4 + 20)]) - mean(x[(end*4 - 10):(end*4)])
  minval <- min(x[(end*4):(end*4 + 20)]) - mean(x[(end*4 - 10):(end*4)])
  if(abs(maxval) > abs(minval)) {
    return(maxval)
  } else {
    return(minval)
  }

}
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