# ViewProbDup

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##### Visualize the probable duplicate sets retrieved in a ProbDup object

ViewProbDup plots summary visualizations of accessions within the probable duplicate sets retrieved in a ProbDup object according to a grouping factor field(column) in the original database(s).

##### Usage
ViewProbDup(
pdup,
db1,
db2 = NULL,
factor.db1,
factor.db2 = NULL,
max.count = 30,
select,
order = "type",
main = NULL
)
##### Arguments
pdup

An object of class ProbDup.

db1

A data frame of the PGR passport database.

db2

A data frame of the PGR passport database. Required when pdup was created using more than one KWIC Index.

factor.db1

The db1 column to be considered for grouping the accessions. Should be of class character or factor.

factor.db2

The db2 column to be considered for grouping the accessions. Should be of class character or factor. retrieved.

max.count

The maximum count of probable duplicate sets whose information is to be plotted (see Note).

select

A character vector of factor names in factor.db1 and/or factor.db2 to be considered for grouping accessions (see Note).

order

The order of the type of sets retrieved in the plot. The default is "type" (see Details).

main

The title of the plot.

##### Value

A list containing the following objects:

 Summary1 The summary data.frame of number of accessions per factor level. Summary2 The summary data.frame of number of accessions and sets per each type of sets classified according to factor levels. SummaryGrob A grid graphical object (Grob) of the summary visualization plot. Can be plotted using the grid.arrange function

##### Note

When any primary ID/key records in the fuzzy, phonetic or semantic duplicate sets are found to be missing from the original databases db1 and db2, then they are ignored and only the matching records are considered for visualization.

This may be due to data standardization of the primary ID/key field using the function DataClean before creation of the KWIC index and subsequent identification of probable duplicate sets. In such a case, it is recommended to use an identical data standardization operation on the databases db1 and db2 before running this function. For summary and visualization of the set information in the object of class ProbDup by ViewProbDup, the disjoint of the retrieved sets are made use of, as they are more meaningful than the raw sets retrieved. So it is recommended that the disjoint of sets obtained using the DisProbDup be used as the input pdup.

All the accession records in sets with count > max.count will be considered as being unique.

The factor levels in the factor.db1 and/or factor.db2 columns corresponding to those mentioned in select argument alone will be considered for visualization. All other factor levels will be grouped together to a single level named "Others".

The argument order can be used to specify the order in which the type of sets retrieved are to be plotted in the visualization. The default "type" will order according to the kind of sets, "sets" will order according to the number of sets in each kind and "acc" will order according to the number of accessions in each kind.

The individual plots are made using ggplot and then grouped together using gridExtra-package.

• ViewProbDup
##### Examples
# NOT RUN {
# Method "b and c"
#=================

GN1 <- GN1000[!grepl("^ICG", GN1000$DonorID), ] GN1$DonorID <- NULL
GN2 <- GN1000[grepl("^ICG", GN1000$DonorID), ] GN2 <- GN2[!grepl("S", GN2$DonorID), ]
GN2$NationalID <- NULL GN1$SourceCountry <- toupper(GN1$SourceCountry) GN2$SourceCountry <- toupper(GN2$SourceCountry) GN1$SourceCountry <- gsub("UNITED STATES OF AMERICA", "USA", GN1$SourceCountry) GN2$SourceCountry <- gsub("UNITED STATES OF AMERICA", "USA", GN2$SourceCountry) # Specify as a vector the database fields to be used GN1fields <- c("NationalID", "CollNo", "OtherID1", "OtherID2") GN2fields <- c("DonorID", "CollNo", "OtherID1", "OtherID2") # Clean the data GN1[GN1fields] <- lapply(GN1[GN1fields], function(x) DataClean(x)) GN2[GN2fields] <- lapply(GN2[GN2fields], function(x) DataClean(x)) y1 <- list(c("Gujarat", "Dwarf"), c("Castle", "Cary"), c("Small", "Japan"), c("Big", "Japan"), c("Mani", "Blanco"), c("Uganda", "Erect"), c("Mota", "Company")) y2 <- c("Dark", "Light", "Small", "Improved", "Punjab", "SAM") y3 <- c("Local", "Bold", "Cary", "Mutant", "Runner", "Giant", "No.", "Bunch", "Peanut") GN1[GN1fields] <- lapply(GN1[GN1fields], function(x) MergeKW(x, y1, delim = c("space", "dash"))) GN1[GN1fields] <- lapply(GN1[GN1fields], function(x) MergePrefix(x, y2, delim = c("space", "dash"))) GN1[GN1fields] <- lapply(GN1[GN1fields], function(x) MergeSuffix(x, y3, delim = c("space", "dash"))) GN2[GN2fields] <- lapply(GN2[GN2fields], function(x) MergeKW(x, y1, delim = c("space", "dash"))) GN2[GN2fields] <- lapply(GN2[GN2fields], function(x) MergePrefix(x, y2, delim = c("space", "dash"))) GN2[GN2fields] <- lapply(GN2[GN2fields], function(x) MergeSuffix(x, y3, delim = c("space", "dash"))) # Remove duplicated DonorID records in GN2 GN2 <- GN2[!duplicated(GN2$DonorID), ]

# Generate KWIC index
GN1KWIC <- KWIC(GN1, GN1fields)
GN2KWIC <- KWIC(GN2, GN2fields)

# Specify the exceptions as a vector
exep <- c("A", "B", "BIG", "BOLD", "BUNCH", "C", "COMPANY", "CULTURE",
"DARK", "E", "EARLY", "EC", "ERECT", "EXOTIC", "FLESH", "GROUNDNUT",
"GUTHUKAI", "IMPROVED", "K", "KUTHUKADAL", "KUTHUKAI", "LARGE",
"LIGHT", "LOCAL", "OF", "OVERO", "P", "PEANUT", "PURPLE", "R",
"RED", "RUNNER", "S1", "SAM", "SMALL", "SPANISH", "TAN", "TYPE",
"U", "VALENCIA", "VIRGINIA", "WHITE")

# Specify the synsets as a list
syn <- list(c("CHANDRA", "AH114"), c("TG1", "VIKRAM"))

GNdupc <- ProbDup(kwic1 = GN1KWIC, kwic2 = GN2KWIC, method = "c",
excep = exep, fuzzy = TRUE, phonetic = TRUE,
encoding = "primary", semantic = TRUE, syn = syn)

GNdupcView <- ViewProbDup(GNdupc, GN1, GN2, "SourceCountry", "SourceCountry",
max.count = 30, select = c("INDIA", "USA"), order = "type",
main = "Groundnut Probable Duplicates")

library(gridExtra)
grid.arrange(GNdupcView\$SummaryGrob)

# }
Documentation reproduced from package PGRdup, version 0.2.3.6, License: GPL-2 | GPL-3

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