eemR has been updated to v0.1.3 and brings a lot of new features. Among the most interesting ones:
Shiny support: You can interactively visualize EEMS by using
interactive = TRUE. Ex.:
plot(X, interactive = TRUE).
eem_raman_normalisation()can now try to implicitly use a blank eem from a
eemlistobject (#20). If blank is omitted (
blank = NA), the functions will try to extract the blank from the
eemlistobject. This is done by looking for sample names containing one of these complete or partial strings (ignoring case):
library(eemR) library(magrittr) folder <- system.file("extdata/cary/scans_day_1/", package = "eemR") eems <- eem_read(folder, recursive = TRUE, import_function = "cary") %>% eem_raman_normalisation() %>% eem_remove_scattering(type = "raman", order = 1) %>% eem_remove_scattering(type = "rayleigh", order = 1)
## A total of 1 blank EEMs will be averaged.
## Raman area: 9.540904 ## Raman area: 9.540904 ## Raman area: 9.540904
plot(eems, which = 3)