These methods immediately delete the on-disk h5 storage associated with cytoframe, cytoset, GatingHierarchy, or GatingSet objects, but only if it is under the directory pointed to by tempdir() or alternatively specified by the temp_dir option. The temp_dir option should be used with caution as it acts as a guard against accidental removal of non-temporary storage.

cf_cleanup_temp(x, temp_dir = NULL)

cs_cleanup_temp(x, temp_dir = NULL)

gh_cleanup_temp(x, temp_dir = NULL)

gs_cleanup_temp(x, temp_dir = NULL)

## Arguments

x a cytoframe, cytoset, GatingHierarchy, or GatingSet object an optional argument designating another path as temporary storage. If specified this will override tempdir() in determining the top directory under which files can safely be removed.

## Details

Use of these functions will generally be unnecessary for most users, but they are provided for workflows that involve repeated creation of such data structures within the same R session to avoid overwhelming temporary storage.