Description Usage Arguments Details Value Examples

View source: R/generatePlots.R

They include:

1 | ```
generatePlots(nr, jobdir, plotRows = 3, plotCols = 4)
``` |

`nr` |
Normalyzer results object. |

`jobdir` |
Path to output directory for run. |

`plotRows` |
Number of plot rows. |

`plotCols` |
Number of plot columns. |

"Total intensity" Barplot showing the summed intensity in each sample for thelog2-transformed data

"Total missing" Barplot showing the number of missing values found in each sample for the log2-tranformed data

Log2-MDS plot: MDS plot where data is reduced to two dimensions allowing inspection of the main global changes in the data

PCV - Intragroup: Mean of intragroup CV of all replicate groups

PMAD - Intragroup: Mean of intragroup median absolute deviation across replicate groups

PEV - Intragroup: Mean of intragroup pooled estimate of variance across the replicate groups

Relative PCV, PMAD and PEV compared to log2: The results from PCV, PMAD and PEV from all normalized data compared to the log2 data

Stable variables plot: 5 analysis of log2 transformed data. Thereafter, global CV of these variables is estimated from different normalized datasets. A plot of global CV of the stable variables from all datsets on the y-axis and PCV-compared to log2 on the x-axis is generated.

CV vs Raw Intensity plots: For the first replicate group in each of the normalized dataset, a plot of PCV of each variable compared to the average intensity of the variable in the replicate group is plotted.

MA plots: Plotted using the plotMA function of the limma package. The first sample in each dataset is plotted against the average of the replicate group that sample belong to.

Scatterplots: The first two samples from each dataset are plotted.

Q-Q plots: QQ-plots are plotted for the first sample in each normalized dataset.

Boxplots: Boxplots for all samples are plotted and colored according to the replicate grouping.

Relative Log Expression (RLE) plots: Relative log expression value plots. Ratio between the expression of the variable and the median expression of this variable across all samples. The samples should be aligned around zero. Any deviation would indicate discrepancies in the data.

Density plots: Density distributions for each sample using the density function. Can capture outliers (if single densities lies far from the others) and see if there is batch effects in the dataset (if for instance there is two clear collections of lines in the data).

MDS plots Multidimensional scaling plot using the cmdscale() function from the stats package. Is often able to show whether replicates group together, and whether there are any clear outliers in the data.

MeanSDplots Displays the standard deviation values against values ordered according to mean. If no dependency on mean is present (as is desired) a flat red line is shown.

Pearson and Spearman correlation Mean of intragroup Pearson and Spearman correlation values for each method.

Dendograms Generated using the hclust function. Data is centered and scaled prior to analysis. Coloring of replicates is done using as.phylo from the ape package.

P-value histograms Histogram plots of p-values after calculating an ANOVA between different condition groups. If no effect is present in the data a flat distribution is expected. If an effect is present a flat distribution is still expected, but with a sharp peak close to zero. If other effects are present it might indicate that the data doesn't support the assumptions of ANOVA, for instance if there are batch effects present in the data.

None

1 2 3 4 5 6 | ```
data(example_summarized_experiment)
normObj <- getVerifiedNormalyzerObject("job_name", example_summarized_experiment)
normResults <- normMethods(normObj)
normResultsWithEval <- analyzeNormalizations(normResults)
outputDir <- tempdir()
generatePlots(normResultsWithEval, outputDir)
``` |

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