fingerprint: Functions to operate on binary fingerprint data
Version 3.2

This package contains functions to manipulate binary fingerprints of arbitrary length. A fingerprint is represented by an object of S4 class 'fingerprint' which is internally represented a vector of integers, such that each element represents the position in the fingerprint that is set to 1. The bitwise logical functions in R are overridden so that they can be used directly with 'fingerprint' objects. A number of distance metrics are also available (many contributed by Michael Fadock). Fingerprints can be converted to Euclidean vectors (i.e., points on the unit hypersphere) and can also be folded using OR. Arbitrary fingerprint formats can be handled via line handlers. Currently handlers are provided for CDK, MOE and BCI fingerprint data.

AuthorRajarshi Guha <rajarshi.guha@gmail.com>
Date of publicationNone
MaintainerRajarshi Guha <rajarshi.guha@gmail.com>
LicenseGPL
Version3.2
Package repositoryView on R-Forge
InstallationInstall the latest version of this package by entering the following in R:
install.packages("fingerprint", repos="http://R-Forge.R-project.org")

Popular man pages

distance: Calculates the Similarity or Dissimilarity Between Two...
fingerprint: Class "fingerpint"
mat: Converts a List of Fingerprints to a Matrix
read: Functions to Read Fingerprints From Files
rndfp: Generate Randomized Fingerprints
sim: Calculates a Similarity Matrix for a Set of Fingerprints
string: Generates a String Representation of a Fingerprint
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All man pages Function index File listing

Man pages

bitspec: Generate a Bit Spectrum from a List of Fingerprints
distance: Calculates the Similarity or Dissimilarity Between Two...
facmat: Converts a List of Fingerprints to a data.frame of Factors
fingerprint: Class "fingerpint"
fold: Fold a fingerprint
fplogical: Logical Operators for Fingerprints
length: Fingerprint Bit Length
linefunc: Functions to parse lines from fingerprint files
mat: Converts a List of Fingerprints to a Matrix
read: Functions to Read Fingerprints From Files
rndfp: Generate Randomized Fingerprints
show: String Representation of a Fingerprint
sim: Calculates a Similarity Matrix for a Set of Fingerprints
string: Generates a String Representation of a Fingerprint
vec: Euclidean Representation of Binary Fingerprints

Functions

! Man page
!,fingerprint-method Man page
& Man page
&,fingerprint,fingerprint-method Man page
as.character Man page
as.character,fingerprint-method Man page
bci.lf Man page Source code
bit.spectrum Man page Source code
cdk.lf Man page Source code
distance Man page
distance,fingerprint,fingerprint,character-method Man page
distance,fingerprint,fingerprint,missing-method Man page
euc.vector Man page
euc.vector,fingerprint-method Man page
fingerprint-class Man page
fold Man page
fold,fingerprint-method Man page
fp.factor.matrix Man page Source code
fp.read Man page Source code
fp.read.to.matrix Man page Source code
fp.sim.matrix Man page Source code
fp.to.matrix Man page Source code
length Man page
length,fingerprint-method Man page
moe.lf Man page Source code
onLoad Source code
parseCall Source code
random.fingerprint Man page
random.fingerprint,numeric,numeric-method Man page
show,fingerprint-method Man page
xor Man page
xor,fingerprint,fingerprint-method Man page
| Man page
|,fingerprint,fingerprint-method Man page

Files

INDEX
R
R/fingerprint.R
R/misc.R
R/matrix.R
R/zzz.R
R/bitspec.R
R/ops.R
R/read.R
NAMESPACE
tests
tests/doRUnit.R
inst
inst/unitTests
inst/unitTests/runit.fp.R
inst/unitTests/Makefile
DESCRIPTION
README
man
man/vec.Rd
man/rndfp.Rd
man/fold.Rd
man/bitspec.Rd
man/length.Rd
man/linefunc.Rd
man/mat.Rd
man/facmat.Rd
man/distance.Rd
man/fplogical.Rd
man/show.Rd
man/string.Rd
man/fingerprint.Rd
man/sim.Rd
man/read.Rd
src
src/fpdistance.c
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