Kaye11 Kaye11 - 1 year ago 50
R Question

group variables depending on defined circular area with center of circle having variable radius

I have a data table object:

> dput(head(trackdatacompvar))
structure(list(wellvid = structure(c(1L, 1L, 1L, 1L, 1L, 1L), .Label = c("A4-009",
"B3-006", "B4-015", "C2-009", "C2-034", "C3-017", "C4-014", "C4-016",
"C4-026", "C4-036"), class = "factor"), TRACK_ID = c(0L, 0L,
0L, 0L, 0L, 0L), treatment = structure(c(2L, 2L, 2L, 2L, 2L,
2L), .Label = c("Si_induced", "Si_notinduced"), class = "factor"),
A = c(0L, 0L, 0L, 0L, 0L, 0L), X = c(50.216, 50.216, 50.091,
50.091, 50.216, 50.216), Y = c(295.609, 295.609, 295.477,
295.477, 295.609, 295.609), T = 0:5, V = c(0, 0, 0.181793839279557,
0, 0.181793839279557, 0), x_grpA = c(641.67, 641.67, 641.67,
641.67, 641.67, 641.67), y_grpA = c(625, 625, 625, 625, 625,
625), rad_grpA = c(50L, 50L, 50L, 50L, 50L, 50L), x_grpB = c(889.58,
889.58, 889.58, 889.58, 889.58, 889.58), y_grpB = c(377.08,
377.08, 377.08, 377.08, 377.08, 377.08), rad_grpB = c(20L,
20L, 20L, 20L, 20L, 20L)), .Names = c("wellvid", "TRACK_ID",
"treatment", "A", "X", "Y", "T", "V", "x_grpA", "y_grpA", "rad_grpA",
"x_grpB", "y_grpB", "rad_grpB"), sorted = "wellvid", class = c("data.table",
"data.frame"), row.names = c(NA, -6L), .internal.selfref = <pointer: 0x0000000000210788>)

I want to define 4 groups of data depending on circular area. Groups A and B will be dependent on the x,y origin of 2 beads (labelled as x_grpA, y_grpA and x_grpB, y_grpB), group C is an outside area and group D as the area where groups A and B overlap (but this area is sometimes not there). The 2 circular groups should be inside a circular area with radius of 115 µm. This 115 µm is dependent on the size of the bead, so I also have in my data 2 radius (rad_grpA and rad_grpB). To understand it visually, here are 2 pictures:

Groups A, B and C

now with Group D

My original idea is to reuse the awesome script I was given before. So, I tried defining the center of the each data point and the corresponding length of the whole area of group A as:

center_grpA <- c(trackdatacompvar$x_grpA, trackdatacompvar$y_grpA)
circle_grpA <- (trackdatacompvar$rad_grpA)*2 + 115

But after this I am lost.
In the end I want to put inside my dataframe their grouping as one variable.
Would appreciate any help! Thanks :)

Answer Source

We can use a little convenience function from a package of mine here:

check_if_in_circle <- function(points, x, y, r) {
  (points[, 1] - x) ^ 2 + (points[, 2] - y) ^ 2 < r ^ 2

Now we check for each point, whether it's in circle A, circle B, and then ifelse to figure out whether to assign A, B, C or D. I use within to avoid typing that long data name.

trackdatacompvar <- within(trackdatacompvar,
                             grpA <- check_if_in_circle(points = cbind(X, Y), 
                                                        x_grpA, y_grpA, rad_grpA + 115)
                             grpB <- check_if_in_circle(points = cbind(X, Y), 
                                                        x_grpB, y_grpB, rad_grpB + 115)
                             grp <- ifelse(grpA, ifelse(grpB, 'D', 'A'),
                                           ifelse(grpB, 'B', 'C'))
                           } )

For the few rows you gave us, all are in group C.

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