R2PlotFunc: Draw heatmap of square of correlations among arrays

Description Usage Arguments Value Author(s) Examples

View source: R/plotFuncs.R

Description

Draw heatmap of square of correlations among arrays.

Usage

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R2PlotFunc(
    es, 
    hybName = "Hybridization_Name",
    arrayType = c("all", "replicates", "GC"), 
    GCid = c("128115", "Hela", "Brain"),
    probs = seq(0, 1, 0.25), 
    col = gplots::greenred(75), 
    labelVariable = "subjID", 
    outFileName = "test_R2_raw.pdf", 
    title = "Raw Data R^2 Plot", 
    requireLog2 = FALSE, 
    plotOutPutFlag = FALSE, 
    las = 2, 
    keysize = 1, 
    margins = c(10, 10), 
    sortFlag = TRUE,
    varSort=c("Batch_Run_Date", "Chip_Barcode", "Chip_Address"), 
    timeFormat=c("%m/%d/%Y", NA, NA),
    ...)

Arguments

es

ExpressionSet object of QC probe profiles.

hybName

character string. indicating the phenotype variable Hybridization_Name.

arrayType

A character string indicating if the correlations are calculated based on all arrays, arrays with replicates, or genetic control arrays.

GCid

A vector of character string. symbols for genetic control samples. The symbols can be more than one.

probs

A vector of probabilities specify the quantiles of correlations to be output.

col

colors used for the image. see the function heatmap.2 in R package gplots.

labelVariable

A character string indicating how to label the arrays.

outFileName

A character string. The name of output file.

title

Title of the plot.

requireLog2

logical. requiredLog2=TRUE indicates probe expression levels will be log2 transformed. Otherwise, no transformation will be performed.

plotOutPutFlag

logical. plotOutPutFlag=TRUE indicates the plots will be output to pdf format files. Otherwise, the plots will not be output to external files.

las

'las' numeric in 0,1,2,3; the style of axis labels. 0 - always parallel to the axis, 1 - always horizontal, 2 - always perpendicular to the axis, or 3 - always vertical.

see par.

keysize

numeric value indicating the size of the key. see the function heatmap.2 in R package gplots.

margins

numeric vector of length 2 containing the margins. see the function heatmap.2 in R package gplots.

sortFlag

logical. Indicates if arrays need to be sorted according to Batch_Run_Date, Chip_Barcode, and Chip_Address.

varSort

A vector of phenotype variable names to be used to sort the samples of es.

timeFormat

A vector of time format for the possible time variables in varSort. The length of timeFormat should be the same as that of varSort. For non-time variable, the corresponding time format should be set to be equal to NA. The details of the time format for time variable can be found in the R function strptime.

...

Arguments to be passed to heatmap.2.

Value

A list with 3 elments. The first element R2Mat is the matrix of squared correlation. The second element R2vec is the vector of the upper triangle of the matrix of squared correlation (diagnoal elements are excluded). The third element R2vec.within.req is the vector of within-replicate R^2, that is, any element in R2vec.within.req is the squared correlation coefficient between two arrays/replicates for a subject.

Author(s)

Weiliang Qiu <[email protected]>, Brandon Guo <[email protected]>, Christopher Anderson <[email protected]>, Barbara Klanderman <[email protected]>, Vincent Carey <[email protected]>, Benjamin Raby <[email protected]>

Examples

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    # generate simulated data set from conditional normal distribution
    set.seed(1234567)
    es.sim = genSimData.BayesNormal(nCpGs = 100, 
      nCases = 20, nControls = 20,
      mu.n = -2, mu.c = 2,
      d0 = 20, s02 = 0.64, s02.c = 1.5, testPara = "var",
      outlierFlag = FALSE, 
      eps = 1.0e-3, applier = lapply) 
    print(es.sim)

    es.sim$Batch_Run_Date = 1:ncol(es.sim)
    es.sim$Chip_Barcode = 1:ncol(es.sim)
    es.sim$Chip_Address = 1:ncol(es.sim)
  
    # draw heatmap for the first 5 subjects
    png(file="r2plot.png")
    R2PlotFunc(
      es = es.sim[, 1:5], 
      hybName = "memSubj",
      arrayType = c("all", "replicates", "GC"), 
      GCid = c("128115", "Hela", "Brain"),
      probs = seq(0, 1, 0.25), 
      col = gplots::greenred(75), 
      labelVariable = "subjID", 
      outFileName = "test_R2_raw.pdf", 
      title = "Raw Data R^2 Plot", 
      requireLog2 = FALSE, 
      plotOutPutFlag = FALSE, 
      las = 2, 
      keysize = 1, 
      margins = c(10, 10), 
      sortFlag = TRUE,
      varSort=c("Batch_Run_Date", "Chip_Barcode", "Chip_Address"), 
      timeFormat=c("%m/%d/%Y", NA, NA))
    dev.off()
        

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