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Tip revision: 05217c4ed32e001e14eca2b9c32c8a21d363b8b3 authored by Alexey Sergushichev on 11 December 2018, 21:13:22 UTC
metadata update
Tip revision: 05217c4
% Generated by roxygen2: do not edit by hand
% Please edit documentation in R/adjustDataset.R
\title{Adjust dataset}
adjustDataset(es, scaleColumnSum = NULL, log2 = FALSE,
  onePlusLog2 = FALSE, inverseLog2 = FALSE, quantileNormalize = FALSE,
  zScore = FALSE, robustZScore = FALSE, sweep = NULL)
\item{es}{Expression set to perform adjustment on}

\item{scaleColumnSum}{perform sum scaling of columns (default FALSE)}

\item{log2}{perform logarithm2 adjustment (default FALSE)}

\item{onePlusLog2}{perform log2(1+x) adjustment (default FALSE)}

\item{inverseLog2}{perform 2^x adjustment (default FALSE)}

\item{quantileNormalize}{perform quantile normalization (default FALSE)}

\item{zScore}{perform zScore adjustment:
subtract mean, divide by std (default FALSE)}

\item{robustZScore}{perform robustZScore adjustment:
subtract median, divide by MAD (default FALSE)}

\item{sweep}{perform sweep adjustment on rows/columns (default FALSE)}
Nothing. Adjusted dataset will be assigned as ES in global environment
Adjust dataset
es <- gseGSE('GSE53986')[[1]]
adjustDataset(es, log2 = T, quantileNormalize = T)

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