redefineUserSets: This function will take the user sets, overlap with the...

Description Usage Arguments Value Examples

View source: R/LOLA.R

Description

This function will take the user sets, overlap with the universe, and redefine the user sets as the set of regions in the user universe that overlap at least one region in user sets. this makes for a more appropriate statistical enrichment comparison, as the user sets are actually exactly the same regions found in the universe otherwise, you can get some weird artifacts from the many-to-many relationship between user set regions and universe regions.

Usage

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Arguments

userSets

Regions of interest

userUniverse

Regions tested for inclusion in userSets

cores

Number of processors

Value

userSets redefined in terms of userUniverse

Examples

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dbPath = system.file("extdata", "hg19", package="LOLA")
regionDB = loadRegionDB(dbLocation=dbPath)
data("sample_universe", package="LOLA")
data("sample_input", package="LOLA")

getRegionSet(regionDB, collections="ucsc_example", filenames="vistaEnhancers.bed")
getRegionSet(dbPath, collections="ucsc_example", filenames="vistaEnhancers.bed")
getRegionFile(dbPath, collections="ucsc_example", filenames="vistaEnhancers.bed")


res = runLOLA(userSets, userUniverse, regionDB, cores=1)
locResult = res[2,]
extractEnrichmentOverlaps(locResult, userSets, regionDB)
writeCombinedEnrichment(locResult, "temp_outfolder")

userSetsRedefined =	redefineUserSets(userSets, userUniverse)
resRedefined = runLOLA(userSetsRedefined, userUniverse, regionDB, cores=1)

g = plotTopLOLAEnrichments(resRedefined)

sheffien/LOLA documentation built on May 7, 2018, 12:58 a.m.