findPlates: Find PlateLocations

Description Usage Arguments Value Examples

View source: R/findDataLocations.R

Description

Find all plates using the following set of parameters:

Usage

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findPlates(pathogens = NULL, experiments = NULL, plates = NULL,
  well.types = NULL, contents = NULL, id.openBIS = NULL, id.infx = NULL,
  name = NULL, verbose = FALSE)

Arguments

pathogens

Narrow down the results by selecting pathogens (exact, matches, ignoring case).

experiments

Name of the experiment to be considered (regular expression, case insensitive).

plates

A vector of regular expressions for plates.

well.types

A vector of regular expressions that is matched with the well.types column in well databases.

contents

This vector of strings/integers is matched against the three well database columns id.openBIS, id.infx and name via case insensitive regular expressions. In case it is specified, the next three parameters are ignored.

id.openBIS

A vector of regular expressions that is matched against the id.openBIS column.

id.infx

A vector of regular expressions that is matched against the id.infx column.

name

A vector of regular expressions that is matched against the name column.

Value

A list of PlateLocation objects.

Examples

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set1 <- findPlates(contents="MTOR", experiments="brucella-du-k")
set2 <- findPlates(contents=2475, experiments="brucella-au-k[1-3]")
set3 <- findPlates(contents="SCRAMBLED", experiments="brucella-du-k")

nbenn/singleCellFeatures documentation built on May 23, 2017, 11:31 a.m.