Plot feature performance of a TargetExperiment object.

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Description

plotAttrPerform plots the achieved performance for the selected attribute. The resulting graph shows one bar per each attribute interval and its height is defined according to the number of features achieving attribute values within that interval.

Usage

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plotAttrPerform(object, attributeThres = c(0, 1, 50, 200, 500, Inf))

## S4 method for signature 'TargetExperiment'
plotAttrPerform(object, attributeThres = c(0, 1,
    50, 200, 500, Inf))

Arguments

object

TargetExperiment class object.

attributeThres

Numeric indicating the intervals extreme values.

Value

ggplot2 graphics

Note

see full example in TargetExperiment-class

Author(s)

Gabriela A. Merino gmerino@bdmg.com.ar, Cristobal Fresno cfresno@bdmg.com.ar, Yanina Murua ymurua@leloir.org.ar, Andrea S. Llera allera@leloir.org.ar and Elmer A. Fernandez efernandez@bdmg.com.ar

See Also

plot

Examples

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## Loading the TargetExperiment object
data(ampliPanel, package="TarSeqQC")

# Definition of the interval extreme values
attributeThres<-c(0,1,50,200,500, Inf)

# Plot panel overview in a feature performance plot
g<-plotAttrPerform(ampliPanel, attributeThres=attributeThres)
if(interactive()){
g
}

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