Finds all the clonotypes expressed in one or more libraries, and returns a vector where they are listed once. This vector can be used to subset a clonotype_table.
One or more character vectors contain clonotype library names
The name of the clonotype_table where the data is stored.
Character vector of clonotype names. Their order follows the original row name order of the clonotype_table.
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# Load example data clonotypes.long <- read_clonotypes(system.file('extdata', 'clonotypes.txt.gz', package = "clonotypeR")) clonotypes <- clonotype_table(levels(clonotypes.long$lib), data=clonotypes.long) summary(clonotypes) # List clonotypes found in library A. unique_clonotypes("A", data=clonotypes) # List clonotypes found in library A or B. unique_clonotypes("A","B", data=clonotypes)
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