dandelion.plots

Description

Plot variants and somatic mutations

Usage

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dandelion.plot(SNP.gr, features=NULL, ranges=NULL,
                      type=c("fan", "circle", "pie", "pin"),
                      newpage=TRUE, ylab=TRUE, 
                      xaxis=TRUE, legend=NULL, 
                      cex=1, maxgaps=1/50, ...)

Arguments

SNP.gr

A object of GRanges or GRangesList. All the width of GRanges must be 1.

features

A object of GRanges or GRangesList.

ranges

A object of GRanges or GRangesList.

type

Character. Could be fan, circle, pie or pin.

newpage

plot in the new page or not.

ylab

plot ylab or not. If it is a character vector, the vector will be used as ylab.

xaxis

plot xaxis or not. If it is a numeric vector with length greater than 1, the vector will be used as the points at which tick-marks are to be drawn. And the names of the vector will be used to as labels to be placed at the tick points if it has names.

legend

If it is a list with named color vectors, a legend will be added.

cex

cex will control the size of circle.

maxgaps

maxgaps between the stem of dandelions. It is calculated by the width of plot region devided by maxgaps.

...

not used.

Details

In SNP.gr and features, metadata of the GRanges object will be used to control the color, fill, border, height, data source of pie if the type is pie.

Value

NULL

Author(s)

Jianhong Ou

Examples

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    SNP <- c(10, 100, 105, 108, 400, 410, 420, 600, 700, 805, 840, 1400, 1402)
    SNP.gr <- GRanges("chr1", IRanges(SNP, width=1, names=paste0("snp", SNP)), 
                 score=sample.int(100, length(SNP))/100)
    features <- GRanges("chr1", IRanges(c(1, 501, 1001), 
                                        width=c(120, 500, 405),
                                        names=paste0("block", 1:3)),
                        color="black",
                        fill=c("#FF8833", "#51C6E6", "#DFA32D"),
                        height=c(0.1, 0.05, 0.08))
    dandelion.plot(SNP.gr, features, type="fan")