gosummaries.MArrayLM: Prepare gosummaries object based on limma results

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) Examples

Description

The gosummaries object is created based on the differentially expresed genes, each contrast defines one component.

Usage

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## S3 method for class 'MArrayLM'
gosummaries(x, p.value = 0.05, lfc = 1,
  adjust.method = "fdr", exp = NULL, annotation = NULL,
  components = 1:ncol(x), show_genes = FALSE, gconvert_target = "NAME",
  n_genes = 30, organism = "hsapiens", ...)

Arguments

x

an object of class MArrayLM

p.value

p-value threshold as defined in topTable

lfc

log fold change threshold as defined in topTable

adjust.method

multiple testing adjustment method as defined in topTable

exp

an expression matrix, with row names corresponding to the names of the genes in clusters (Optional)

annotation

a data.frame describing the samples, its row names should match with column names of exp (Optional)

components

numeric vector of comparisons to annotate

show_genes

logical showing if GO categories or actual genes are shown in word clouds

gconvert_target

specifies gene ID format for genes showed in word cloud. The name of the format is passed to gconvert, if NULL original IDs are shown.

n_genes

maximum number of genes shown in a word cloud

organism

the organism that the gene lists correspond to. The format should be as follows: "hsapiens", "mmusculus", "scerevisiae", etc.

...

GO annotation filtering parameters as defined in gosummaries.default

Details

The usual differential expression analysis involves making several comparisons between treatments ehere each one yields an up and down regulated gene list. In a GOsummaries figure each comparison is displayed as one component with two wordclouds. If expression matrix is attached then the panel shows the expression values for each gene as boxplots, if not then number of genes is displayed

It is possible to show the gene names instead of GO annotations in the wordclouds. The word sizes in wordclouds are defined by the limma p-values. As the gene identifiers in expression matrices are usually rather unintelligible then they are automatically converted into gene names using gconvert function. It is possible to show also the original identifiers by setting gconvert_target to NULL. This can be useful if the values do not correspond to genes, but for example metabolites.

Value

A gosummaries object.

Author(s)

Raivo Kolde <[email protected]>

Examples

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## Not run: 
data(tissue_example)

# Do the t-test comparisons
mm = model.matrix(~ factor(tissue_example$annot$Tissue) - 1)
colnames(mm) = make.names(levels(factor(tissue_example$annot$Tissue)))

contrast = limma::makeContrasts(brain - cell.line, 
                                hematopoietic.system - muscle, 
                                cell.line - hematopoietic.system, 
                                levels = colnames(mm))

fit = limma::lmFit(tissue_example$exp, mm)
fit = limma::contrasts.fit(fit, contrast)
fit = limma::eBayes(fit)

gs_limma = gosummaries(fit)
gs_limma_exp = gosummaries(fit, exp = tissue_example$exp, 
                           annotation = tissue_example$annot)

plot(gs_limma, fontsize = 8)
plot(gs_limma, panel_height = 0, fontsize = 8)
plot(gs_limma_exp, classes = "Tissue", fontsize = 8)

## End(Not run)

GOsummaries documentation built on May 6, 2019, 3:52 a.m.