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@bastian-angermann-3193
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Hi list, I am trying to plot "FSC-W" over the ratio of "FSC-H" and "FSC-A" using flowViz::xyplot. Is there a direct method of doing this, without creating an intermediate new channel in the flowFrame? The manual hints at channel.x and channel.y as a way to achieve that, but I am at loss regarding the intended syntax. Related to that, the help states that this usage is discouraged. Is there a specific reason such as this functionality being deprecated/unstable? Thanks, Bastian Angermann -- GRATIS f?r alle GMX-Mitglieder: Die maxdome Movie-FLAT!
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@deepayan-sarkar-1436
Last seen 7.9 years ago
On Thu, Jun 25, 2009 at 3:32 PM, Bastian Angermann<angerb at="" gmx.de=""> wrote: > Hi list, > > I am trying to plot "FSC-W" over the ratio of "FSC-H" and "FSC-A" > using flowViz::xyplot. Is there a direct method of doing this, without creating an intermediate new channel in the flowFrame? Well, you could create the intermediate variable temporarily on-the-fly, which is essentially the same thing. E.g., xyplot(`FSC-W` ~ Ratio, transform(fset, Ratio = `FSC-H`/`FSC-A`)) > The manual hints at channel.x and channel.y as a way to achieve that, but I am at loss regarding the intended syntax. > > Related to that, the help states that this usage is discouraged. > Is there a specific reason such as this functionality being deprecated/unstable? The restrictions on the formula are necessitated by the complicated structure of flow data. More flexibility in the formula is certainly possible, but would likely involve a lot more bookkeeping, which is not worth the effort given that alternative solutions are available. -Deepayan
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"uyplot"(x, data, xlab, ylab,

                               as.table = TRUE,

prepanel = prepanel.uyplot.flowPlate,

panel = panel.uyplot.flowPlate, pch = ".",

smooth = TRUE, filter = NULL,

filterResults = NULL,

displayFilter = TRUE, flowStrip=NULL,

flowStripCex=1,

strip=function(...,style=1) strip.default(...,style=1), ...)

i am using this to make the flow of my bookkeeper business i think so this is best solution available no more than good than fo me 

 

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