l.s {CSclone} | R Documentation |
l.s is the linear relation between B allele frequence and the proportion of SNVs mutation(PS).
l.s(cnt, cnb1, cnb2, pc = 0, ps = NULL, baf = NULL)
cnt |
is number with the total copy number after the CNAs mutation. |
cnb1 |
is number with the B copy number of two types of periods. The first period, the proportion of CNAs mutation is more than the proportion of SNVs mutation then cnb1 is B copy number after SNVs mutation. The second period, the proportion of CNAs mutation is less than the proportion of SNVs mutation then cnb1 is B copy number between the SNVs mutation and CNAs mutation. |
cnb2 |
is number with the B copy number of two types of periods. The first period, the proportion of CNAs mutation is less than the proportion of SNVs mutation then cnb1 is B copy number after CNAs mutation. The second period, the proportion of CNAs mutation is more than the proportion of SNVs mutation then cnb1 is B copy number between the CNAs mutation and SNVs mutation. |
pc |
is number with the proportion of CNAs mutation and the default is 0. |
ps |
is number with the proportion of SNVs mutation and the default is NULL. |
baf |
is number with the B allele frequence and the default is NULL. |
l.s is bidirection function. The first function is given the proportion of SNVs mutation(ps) to predict the B allele frequence(baf). The second function is given the B allele frequence(baf) to predict the proportion of SNVs mutation(ps).
baf is number with B allele frequence(baf) if the input is given the proportion of SNVs mutation(ps).
ps is number with the proportion of SNVs mutation(ps) if the input is given the B allele frequence(baf).
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