PureCN Manual Curation .rds file
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@twtoal-15473
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After performing manual curation (i.e. after creating the manual curation .csv files and editing them to modify the purity and/or ploidy), in order to re-run PureCN.R, which one of these is necessary?

1. Just run PureCN.R the same as before, it will recognize the existence of the curation file and use it.

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2. Run PureCN.R but specify the --rds argument, giving it the name of the .rds file produced the first time PureCN was run.

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3. Do readCurationFile() to get a new RDS object, then do saveRDS() to save that object to a new .rds file under a new filename, then run PureCN.R, specifying --rds argument and giving it that new filename.

 

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@markusriester-9875
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2 is what I do. PureCN.R will load readCurationFile and will then regenerate all the output files. 1 won't work. 3 will work, but the additional step is not necessary. 

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Regarding 2, do I need to save a new copy of the original .rds file, i.e. like 3 but instead of using a new file name, just use the original .rds name?  Or, will PureCN itself take care of changing the .rds file when I do 2?

 

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It won't change the RDS, but this shouldn't be necessary. If you need the RDS in R (outside the command line tools), simply load it with readCurationFile instead of readRDS and you should be fine.

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