# Selecting variables from result of MCIA

### Description

The selection of variables based on co-ordinates of MCIA
variable space. The function is called by `selectVar`

### Usage

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### Arguments

`x` |
An object of class |

`axis1` |
Integer, the column number for the x-axis. The default is 1. |

`axis2` |
Integer, the column number for the y-axis. The default is 2. |

`a1.lim` |
The limited range of x-axis of selected. It could be either a vector (containing
2 numbers, the first value limiting the lower boundary, the second
value limiting the upper boundary) or a list of vectors, each of which
contains two number. If it is a |

`a2.lim` |
The limited range of y-axis. |

`sepID.data` |
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`sepID.sep` |
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`...` |
Other arguments |

### Details

`mcia`

projecting variables (genes) from different datasets
to a lower dimensional space. This function supplies a method selecting
variables according to the co-ordinates of variables.

### Value

Returns a data.frame describing which variables are presented on which data.frames within the limited region(s).

### Author(s)

Chen Meng

### See Also

See Also as `selectVar.cia`

, `selectVar`

### Examples

1 2 3 | ```
data(NCI60_4arrays)
mcoin <- mcia(NCI60_4arrays)
selectVar(mcoin, a1.lim=c(1, Inf))
``` |