writeAverage: Writes the average of scans stored in a file to a new file in...

Description Usage Arguments Author(s) See Also

Description

Some measurement set-ups dump a set of matrices stacked on top of each other to a file; each matrix represents a scan. This function writes the average of the scans to a file in the '.ivo' format.

Usage

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writeAverage(filename, ntimes, nwave, scans,
             fileout = paste(filename, "Average.ivo", sep=""),
             calibration = 1:nwave, wexplicit=FALSE)

Arguments

filename

This is the path to the file to read in, as a quoted string.

ntimes

number of times in each scan

nwave

number of wavelengths in each scan

scans

number of full scans to read

fileout

a character vector specifying the filename to write the averaged data to; the default is to write a file named "filenameAverage.ivo"

calibration

a numeric vector representing the wavelength labels; by default the labels "1, 2, ..., nwave" are used

wexplicit

logical whether the file is written in the 'wavelength explicit' format, with each column of the matrix written representing a wavelength, as opposed to the 'time explicit' format, where each column represents a timepoint.

Author(s)

Katharine M. Mullen, Ivo H. M. van Stokkum

See Also

readData



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