R/matrix2SpectraObject.R

Defines functions matrix2SpectraObject

Documented in matrix2SpectraObject

#'
#' Create a Spectra Object from a Matrix
#'
#' @describeIn files2SpectraObject Import a matrix of data
#'
matrix2SpectraObject <-
  function(gr.crit = NULL, gr.cols = c("auto"),
           freq.unit = "no frequency unit provided",
           int.unit = "no intensity unit provided",
           descrip = "no description provided",
           in.file = NULL, out.file = "mydata",
           chk = TRUE, ...) {

    # Function to Read & Prep Spectroscopic Data
    # from a raw data file into an Spectra object
    # This function acts on a matrix-like file
    # containing frequencies in the first column
    # and samples in additional columns.

    # Part of the ChemoSpec package
    # Bryan Hanson, DePauw University, April 2016

    if (!requireNamespace("R.utils", quietly = TRUE)) {
      stop("You need to install package R.utils to use this function")
    }

    if (is.null(gr.crit)) stop("No group criteria provided to encode data")
    if (is.null(in.file)) stop("You need to specify an input file")

    out <- tryCatch(
      {

        # Get the data matrix/matrices
        no.files <- length(in.file)

        message("\nReading ", no.files, " file(s)...\n")

        specs <- read.table(in.file[1], header = TRUE, ...)
        sampleNames <- colnames(specs)[-1]
        freq <- specs[, 1]
        no.freq <- length(freq)
        specs <- as.matrix(t(specs[, -1]))
        dimnames(specs) <- NULL

        # since we don't know how many samples are in each file ahead of time, we have to
        # grow the memory in an inefficient manner...

        if (length(in.file) > 1) {

          # Code for progress bar contributed by Reinhard Kerschner
          env <- environment() # NEW set environment for progress bar
          counter <- 1
          pb <- txtProgressBar(min = 0, max = no.files, style = 3)

          for (i in 2:no.files) {
            curVal <- get("counter", envir = env)
            assign("counter", curVal + 1, envir = env)
            setTxtProgressBar(get("pb", envir = env), curVal + 1)

            tmp <- read.table(in.file[i], header = TRUE, ...)
            if (isFALSE(all.equal(no.freq, nrow(tmp)))) {
              probFile <- in.file[i]
              msg <- paste("Encountered a file (", probFile, ") with the wrong number of frequencies")
              stop(msg)
            }
            sampleNames <- c(sampleNames, colnames(tmp)[-1])
            tmp <- as.matrix(t(tmp[, -1])) # seems to remove name attributes
            specs <- rbind(specs, tmp)
          }

          close(pb)
        }

        message("\nAssigning ", length(sampleNames), " spectra to ", length(gr.crit), " group(s)...\n")

        # Set up the Spectra object
        spectra <- list()
        spectra$freq <- as.numeric(freq)
        spectra$data <- specs
        dimnames(spectra$data) <- NULL
        spectra$names <- sampleNames
        class(spectra) <- "Spectra"

        # Go get group assignments & colors, to complete assembly of spectra

        spectra <- .groupNcolor(spectra, gr.crit, gr.cols, mode = "1D")
        spectra$unit[1] <- freq.unit
        spectra$unit[2] <- int.unit
        spectra$desc <- descrip

        if (chk) chkSpectra(spectra)

        datafile <- paste(out.file, ".RData", sep = "")
        R.utils::saveObject(spectra, file = datafile)
        return(spectra)
      },
      error = function(cond) {
        errmess <- "There was a problem processing your matrix!\n\nDid you get a message such as 'subscript out of bounds'? You probably need to specify sep and possibly dec values. Please read ?files2Spectra2Object for details.\n\nIf that doesn't fix things, set chk = FALSE and inspect the resulting object.\n"
        message("\nError message from R: ", cond$message, "\n")
        message(errmess)
        return(NA)
      }
    ) # end of tryCatch

    return(out)
  }
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