wjiang2 at fhcrc.org
Fri Mar 14 18:07:14 CET 2014
`nbin` is for displaying the marginal events (i.e. those gray segments
piled up at the edges)
`binSize` is for `timeline plotting`, i.e. when you do 'xyplot' on a
`flowFrame` without 'formula` supplied , for example:
xyplot(GvHD[["s5a05"]], binSize = 100)
So again, 'xbin' is the argument to adjust the 'resolution' for
'non-smoothed' xyplot . e.g.
xyplot(`FSC-H` ~ `SSC-H`, GvHD[["s5a05"]], smooth = FALSE, xbin = 32)
#lower resolution and faster rendering
xyplot(`FSC-H` ~ `SSC-H`, GvHD[["s5a05"]], smooth = FALSE, xbin = 128)
#higher resolution and slower rendering
On 03/13/2014 04:08 AM, Joachim Schumann wrote:
> Yes, i meant the xyplot. Can I also change the number of events within
> one bin? The vignette sometimes says nbin, sometimes binSize.
> Am 12.03.2014 18:11, schrieb Mike:
>> Not sure what you mean by `histogram`. If you are talking about
>> `xyplot`, there is `xbin` argument to adjust resolution (when you set
>> `smooth = FALSE`).
>> On 03/12/2014 05:32 AM, Joachim Schumann wrote:
>>> Hi Mr. Jiang,
>>> I'm using flowViz to create a histogram of my flow cytometric data.
>>> Is there any way I can adjust the data resolution (eg to 128)
>>> within the histogram?
>>> Best regards,
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