Description Usage Arguments Value Note See Also Examples

`dGSEAview`

is supposed to view results of gene set enrichment
analysis but for a specific sample.

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`eTerm` |
an object of class "eTerm" |

`which_sample` |
which sample will be viewed |

`top_num` |
the maximum number of gene sets will be viewed |

`sortBy` |
which statistics will be used for sorting and viewing gene sets. It can be "adjp" for adjusted p value, "gadjp" for globally adjusted p value, "ES" for enrichment score, "nES" for normalised enrichment score, "pvalue" for p value, "FWER" for family-wise error rate, "FDR" for false discovery rate, "qvalue" for q value, "none" for sorting by setID |

`decreasing` |
logical to indicate whether to sort in a decreasing order. If it is null, it would be true for "ES" or "nES"; otherwise it would be false |

`details` |
logical to indicate whether the detail information of gene sets is also viewed. By default, it sets to false for no inclusion |

a data frame with following components:

`setID`

: term ID`ES`

: enrichment score`nES`

: normalised enrichment score`pvalue`

: nominal p value`adjp`

: adjusted p value`gadjp`

: globally adjusted p value`FDR`

: false discovery rate`qvalue`

: q value`setSize`

: the number of genes in the set; optional, it is only appended when "details" is true`name`

: term name; optional, it is only appended when "details" is true`namespace`

: term namespace; optional, it is only appended when "details" is true`distance`

: term distance; optional, it is only appended when "details" is true

none

1 | ```
#dGSEAview(eTerm, which_sample=1, top_num=10, sortBy="adjp", decreasing=FALSE, details=TRUE)
``` |

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