## User: Greg Finak

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... From looking at the code, which you can see for yourself by typing: getMethods(spillover) it seems autofluorescence for each channel is subtracted from the columns of the spillover matrix prior to re-normalizing it. I believe this follows the procedure described in the reference. From your descrip ...
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... Thanks,  Turns out there was a bug in the code throwing the warning unnecessarily. I've pushed a fix, and it should appear some time tomorrow. Now setting randomStart=FALSE or 0 should suppress the warning properly. Greg ...
written 4.1 years ago by Greg Finak150
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... Set randomStart=FALSE to eliminate this warning.   ...
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... There is a column.pattern argument that you could pass to read.flowSet, which is a regular expression specifying which markers to keep. See ?read.FCS for details. Best Greg ...
written 4.2 years ago by Greg Finak150
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... A couple of things to try: A flowSet must be composed of FCS files that have the same markers and the same number of channels in the same order. Is this the case for your data? The error you get is a but cryptic but that's what it's hinting at to me, and is a reasonable place to start checking. Can ...
written 4.2 years ago by Greg Finak150
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... I'd add 1. Use templateGen, but you'll need to parse at least one sample to generate a GatingSet. Write the output to file and fill in the missing details. The generated template is just a skeleton. 2. The polyFunctions gate may be what you are looking for, as it will generate all boolean com ...
written 4.2 years ago by Greg Finak150
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... Hi, Luigi The solution here is not as mysterious as it appears. You see that read.flowSet takes some parameters (the vector of fcs file names) and reads them in. In your case you are reading in the files stored file.location but you would like to read in the files stored in sample.set. Simply ...
written 4.3 years ago by Greg Finak150
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... Did you explicitly library(flowViz)? Also, plot is not how you plot a flowSet in flowViz. You'll want xyplot, and you'll want to specify the channels. Have a look at the package vignette here http://www.bioconductor.org/packages/release/bioc/vignettes/flowViz/inst/doc/filters.html It provi ...
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... Following up on what Martin has said, read.FCS has already loaded your data into R. You don't need to call data(). As Martin said, that is used to load data sets that are distributed with packages. Your data is already available in the flowFrame object named fcs. What warnings were you getting from ...
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... Hi, everyone We wanted to let list members know that there is a new general framework for performing flow cytometry data analysis in R. The package is called openCyto. The framework has the following features Importing and analyze manually gated data from FlowJo workspace files using the flowWor ...
written 4.5 years ago by Greg Finak150

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Scholar 4.0 years ago, created an answer that has been accepted. For A: How are autofluorescence values used in the spillover/compensate functions?

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