cnv.plot: Plots posterior probabilty distributions

Description Usage Arguments Author(s) Examples

View source: R/cnv.plot.R

Description

Makes formatted density plots from the posterior data frame(s) returned by CNVtest.binary

Usage

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cnv.plot(posterior, hist.or.dens='histogram', batch = NULL, freq = NULL, ...)

Arguments

posterior

The posterior distribution obtained from the CNVtools fitting algorithm, for example using CNVtest.binary

hist.or.dens

Either 'histogram' or 'density' to plot the data as an histogram or using a kernel density estimator

batch

character vector (usually of length 1, but not always), designing the batches one wants to plot.

freq

This argument is only relevant when hist.or.dens='histogram' (the default). It matches the argument freq of the hist function. With freq = FALSE frequencies, and not raw counts, are shown in the histogram.

...

Usual arguments passed to the hist function, including main or breaks for example.

Author(s)

Vincent Plagnol [email protected] and Chris Barnes [email protected]

Examples

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	#Load data for CNV for two control cohorts 
	data(A112)
	raw.signal <- as.matrix(A112[, -c(1,2)])
	dimnames(raw.signal)[[1]] <- A112$subject

	#Extract CNV signal using principal components
	pca.signal <- apply.pca(raw.signal)

	#Extract batch, sample and trait information
 	batches <- factor(A112$cohort)
	sample <- factor(A112$subject)
	trait <- ifelse( A112$cohort == '58C', 0, 1)

	#Fit the CNV with a three component model
	fit.pca <- CNVtest.binary(signal = pca.signal, sample = sample, batch = batches, 
		   	          disease.status = trait, ncomp = 3, n.H0=3, n.H1=3,
				  model.disease = "~ cn")
	
	cnv.plot(fit.pca[['posterior.H0']], batch = '58C', breaks = 30)			  	
		  

CNVtools documentation built on Nov. 1, 2018, 2:24 a.m.