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\title{Productive sequences}
productiveSeq(file.list, aggregate = "aminoAcid", prevalence = FALSE)
\item{file.list}{A list of data frames consisting antigen receptor sequencing 
data imported by the LymphoSeq function readImmunoSeq. "aminoAcid", "count", and 
"frequencyCount" are required columns.}

\item{aggregate}{Indicates whether the values of "count", "frequencyCount", 
and "esimatedNumberGenomes" should be aggregated by amino acid or nucleotide 
sequence.  Acceptable values are "aminoAcid" or "nucleotide".  If "aminoAcid" 
is selected, then resulting data frame will have columns corresponding to 
aminoAcid, count, frequencyCount, and estimatedNumberGenomes (if this 
column is available).  If "nucleotide" is selected then all columns in the 
original list will be present in the outputted list.  The difference in 
output is due to the fact that the same amino acid CDR3 sequence may be 
encoded by multiple unique nucleotide sequences with differing V, D, and J 

\item{prevalence}{A Boolean value indicating if a new column should be added 
to each of the data frames giving the prevalence of each CDR3 amino acid 
sequence in 55 healthy donor peripheral blood samples.  TRUE means the column 
is added and FALSE means it is not.  Values range from 0 to 100\% where 
100\% means the sequence appeared in the blood of all 55 individuals.  The 
prevalenceTRB database is located in a separate package called LymphoSeqDB 
that should be loaded automatically.}
Returns a list of data frames of productive amino acid sequences with
recomputed values for "count", "frequencyCount", and 
"esimatedNumberGenomes".  A productive sequences is defined as a sequences 
that is in frame and does not have an early stop codon.
Remove unproductive CDR3 sequences from a list of data frames.
file.path <- system.file("extdata", "TCRB_sequencing", package = "LymphoSeq")

file.list <- readImmunoSeq(path = file.path)

productive.nt <- productiveSeq(file.list = file.list, 
   aggregate = "nucleotide", prevalence = FALSE)

productive.aa <- productiveSeq(file.list = file.list, 
  aggregate = "aminoAcid", prevalence = TRUE)
Refer to the LymphoSeqDB package for details regarding the 
prevalenceTRB database.