dot-rtOrderSpectra: Order Spectra according to increasing retention time

.rtOrderSpectraR Documentation

Order Spectra according to increasing retention time

Description

The function '.rtOrderSpectra' orders the features in a 'Spectra' object according to the (increasing) retention time values.

Usage

.rtOrderSpectra(spectra)

Arguments

spectra

'Spectra' object

Details

Internal function in quality metric functions.

Value

'Spectra' object with the features ordered according to the (increasing) retention time

Author(s)

Johannes Rainer

Examples

library(S4Vectors)
library(Spectra)

spd <- DataFrame(
    msLevel = c(2L, 2L, 2L),
    polarity = c(1L, 1L, 1L),
    id = c("HMDB0001847", "HMDB0000001", "HMDB0000001"),
    name = c("Caffeine", "1-Methylhistidine", "1-Methylhistidine"))
## Assign m/z and intensity values
spd$mz <- list(
    c(56.0494, 69.0447, 83.0603, 109.0395, 110.0712,
        111.0551, 123.0429, 138.0662, 195.0876),
    c(109.2, 124.2, 124.5, 170.16, 170.52),
    c(83.1, 96.12, 97.14, 109.14, 124.08, 125.1, 170.16))
spd$intensity <- list(
    c(0.459, 2.585, 2.446, 0.508, 8.968, 0.524, 0.974, 100.0, 40.994),
    c(3.407, 47.494, 3.094, 100.0, 13.240),
    c(6.685, 4.381, 3.022, 16.708, 100.0, 4.565, 40.643))
spd$rtime <- c(15.84, 9.44, 9.44)
sps <- Spectra(spd)
MsQuality:::.rtOrderSpectra(sps)

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