MetaQC (version 0.1.13)

cleanup: Cleaning up resources.

Description

It is to shutdown the workers used for parallel processing and release resources. It is only necessary in windows. (Deprecated)

Usage

cleanup(QC)

Arguments

QC
A proto R object which obtained by MetaQC function.

Value

NA

References

Dongwan D. Kang, Etienne Sibille, Naftali Kaminski, and George C. Tseng. (Nucleic Acids Res. 2012) Meta-QC: Objective Quality Control and Inclusion/Exclusion Criteria for Genomic Meta-Analysis.

See Also

MetaQC

Examples

## Not run: 
#     requireAll(c("proto", "foreach"))
# 
#    ## Toy Example
#     data(brain) #already hugely filtered
#     #Two default gmt files are automatically downloaded, 
# 	#otherwise it is required to locate it correctly.
#     #Refer to http://www.broadinstitute.org/gsea/downloads.jsp
#     ## For parallel computation with only 2 cores
# 	## R >= 2.11.0 in windows to use parallel computing
#     brainQC <- MetaQC(brain, "c2.cp.biocarta.v3.0.symbols.gmt", 
# 			filterGenes=FALSE, verbose=TRUE, isParallel=TRUE, nCores=2)
#     #B is recommended to be >= 1e4 in real application
# 	runQC(brainQC, B=1e2, fileForCQCp="c2.all.v3.0.symbols.gmt")
#     plot(brainQC)
#     cleanup(brainQC) #neccessary for windows after using parallel processing
# 
# ## End(Not run)