R/matchDatasets.r

Defines functions matchDatasets

Documented in matchDatasets

matchDatasets = function(data1, data2, flank = 0){
    # Process chromosome names
    # character or numeric
    {
        chr1 = data1[[1]];
        chr2 = data2[[1]];
        if(is.numeric(chr1) & is.numeric(chr2)){
            chr1ind = chr1;
            chr2ind = chr2;
        } else {
            # chr1 = factor(c('chr1','chr2','chr2','chr2'));
            # chr2 = c(1,1,2,2,3,3);
            if(!is.factor(chr1))
                chr1 = factor(chr1);
            if(is.factor(chr1))
                levels(chr1) = gsub('^chr', '', levels(chr1));
            
            if(!is.factor(chr2))
                chr2 = factor(chr2);
            if(is.factor(chr2))
                levels(chr2) = gsub('^chr', '', levels(chr2));
            
            # chr1 = factor(c("1","12"));
            # chr2 = factor(c("1","33"));
            
            chrsame = (length(levels(chr1)) == length(levels(chr2)));
            if( chrsame )
                chrsame = all(levels(chr1) == levels(chr2));
            if( chrsame ){
                chr1ind = as.integer(chr1);
                chr2ind = as.integer(chr2);
            } else {
                chrset = union(levels(chr1), levels(chr2));
                as.numeric(chrset)
                chr1ind = as.integer(factor(chr1, levels = chrset));
                chr2ind = as.integer(factor(chr2, levels = chrset));
                rm(chrset);
            }
            rm(chrsame);
        }
        rm(chr1, chr2);
    } # chr1ind, chr2ind
    
    # single number coordinates for both data sets
    {
        stopifnot(all( data1[[2]] < 1e9 ));
        stopifnot(all( data1[[3]] < 1e9 ));
        stopifnot(all( data2[[2]] < 1e9 ));
        stopifnot(all( data2[[3]] < 1e9 ));
        
        data1l = chr1ind*1e9 + data1[[2]];
        data1r = chr1ind*1e9 + data1[[3]];
        
        data2l = chr2ind*1e9 + data2[[2]];
        data2r = chr2ind*1e9 + data2[[3]];
        
        rm(chr1ind, chr2ind);
    } # data1l, data1r, data2l, data2r, -chr1ind, -chr2ind
    
    # data2 must be sorted by both coordinates
    {
        if( is.unsorted(data2l) ){
            ord = order(data2l);
            data2l = data2l[ord];
            data2r = data2r[ord];
            data2  = data2[ord,];
            rm(ord);
        }
        if(is.unsorted(data2r))
            stop("Second data set must have non-overlapping regions.");
        
        # Remove duplicate records in data2
        keep = c(TRUE, (diff(data2l)>0) & (diff(data2r)>0));
        if( !all(keep) ){
            data2l = data2l[keep];
            data2r = data2r[keep];
            data2 = data2[keep,];
        }
        rm(keep);
    } # data2, data2l, data2r
    
    # sort data1 too
    {
        data1c = data1l + data1r;
        if(is.unsorted(data1c)){
            ord = order(data1c);
            data1l = data1l[ord];
            data1r = data1r[ord];
            data1  = data1[ord,];
            rm(ord);
        }
        rm(data1c);
    }
    
    # Construct matching index
    {
        # find elements in data2 overlapping with data1 records
        # ind1 - number of data2 intervals left of given data1
        ind1 = findInterval(data1l, data2r + (1 + flank));
        # ind1 - number of data2 intervals left of given data1 or overlapping
        ind2 = findInterval(data1r, data2l - flank);
        # Sanity check
        stopifnot(all(ind1 <= ind2));
        
        # Final matching index
        # Zero index for unmatched
        index = integer(length(ind1));
        
        # ind2 for unique overlaps
        set = which((ind2-ind1) == 1);
        index[set] = ind2[set];
        rm(set);
        
        # Closest ally for multiple overlaps
        set = which((ind2-ind1)>1);
        if( length(set) > 0L ){
            data1c = data1l[set] + data1r[set];
            data2c = data2l      + data2r;
            indL = findInterval(data1c, data2c);
            nudge = (2 * data1c > (data2c[indL] + data2c[indL+1L]));
            indClose = indL + nudge;
            
            # The index must be among the overlap
            message("Lower bound effect ", mean(indClose <= ind1[set]));
            message("Upper bound effect ", mean(indClose >  ind2[set]));
            
            indClose = pmax(indClose, ind1[set] + 1L);
            indClose = pmin(indClose, ind2[set]     );
            
            index[set] = indClose;
            rm(data1c, data2c, indL, nudge, indClose);
        }
        rm(ind1, ind2, set);
    }
    result = list(
        data1 = data.frame(
                    lapply(data1, `[`, which(index>0L)),
                    stringsAsFactors = FALSE,
                    check.rows = FALSE),
        data2 = data.frame(
                    lapply(data2, `[`, index[index>0L]),
                    stringsAsFactors = FALSE,
                    check.rows = FALSE));
    return(result);
}
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