Defines functions runDemo rquipu draw_legend draw_nodes draw_vertical_lines layout_small_plot layout_large_plot assert

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#' Quipu-type charts for a set of SSR markers.
#' The chart shows SSR marker weights on a linear scale where each allele or 'gel band' is represented 
#' by a circle. The circle's diameter is sized inversely by its rareness within the set of accessions 
#' in the database at hand and within that locus. The purpose is to facilitate the visual screening
#' and comparison of genotypes with regard to these two questions:
#' What is the overall pattern of alleles in a genotype?
#' Which genotypes have rare alleles?
#' Motivation: Genebanks increasingly use molecular markers for routine
#' characterization of ex-situ collections and farmer managed diversity. CIP's
#' (International Potato Center) genebank presently uses a SSR marker-kit to
#' produce molecular profiles for potato accessions. We have been searching
#' for a compact graphical representation that shows both
#' molecular diversity and accession characteristics - thus permitting
#' biologists and collection curators to have a simpler way to interpret
#' high-volume data. Inspired by the ancient Andean quipus we devised a graph
#' that allows for standardized representation while leaving room for updates
#' of the marker kit and the collection of accessions. The graph has been used
#' in several CIP publications.
#' @name quipu-package
#' @docType package

#' @name potato.quipu
#' @title SSR sample data for a set of potato accessions
#' @format Tabular format. The records represent unique SSR marker weights in base pairs as obtained
#'    for a set of three accessions. The combination of the first three columns is unique. The fourth
#'    column map_location is used for assigning markers to chromosomes or linkage groups.
#' \itemize{
#'  \item{"acccession_id"} {Accession ID}
#'  \item{"marker"} {Marker name}
#'  \item{"marker_size"} {Marker size}
#'  \item{"map_location"} {Genetic ap location; usually Roman numbers for chromosomes or linkage group.}
#' }
#' @docType data
#' @keywords datasets
#' @aliases potato.quipu
#' @export

#' @name allele.freqs
#' @title Sample allele frequencies
#' @format Tabular format. The records represent unique SSR alleles with their assigned frequencies. 
#' Frequencies were derived from the sample data and are just for illustrative purposes.
#' \itemize{
#'  \item{"marker"} {Marker name}
#'  \item{"marker_size"} {Marker size}
#'  \item{"frequency"} {A fraction between 0 and 1.}
#' }
#' @docType data
#' @keywords datasets
#' @aliases allele.freqs
#' @export


assert <- function (expr, error) {
  if (! expr) stop(error, call. = FALSE)

layout_large_plot <- function (mrcs, grup1, ltr.size, id.label, nameclones, j, ylim, col.marg) {
  par(mar = c(6,4,4,2)+0.1)
  plot(1:length(mrcs),seq(min(grup1$Marker.size), max(grup1$Marker.size), length.out=length(mrcs)),
       type="n",axes=FALSE,ylab=list("Allele size [bp]",cex=ltr.size),
       #xlab=list("Chromosomes/SSR Name                                          ",cex=0.7, outer=TRUE),
       main=c(paste(id.label,": ",nameclones[j], sep=""),""," "),
  mtext("                                                 Chromosomes/SSR name", 
        cex=ltr.size, side=1, line=5, adj=0)
  axis(2,seq(ylim[1],ylim[2],25),lwd=1.2,cex.axis=ltr.size,las=2, col=col.marg[2])  
  axis(3,at=1:length(mrcs),labels=1:length(mrcs),lwd=1.2,cex.axis=ltr.size, col=col.marg[3])
  axis(1, col = col.marg[1],at=1:length(mrcs) ,labels=mrcs,lty = 2, lwd = 1.2, cex.axis=ltr.size, las=2)
  # horizontal lines
  for(i in seq(ylim[1],ylim[2],25))

layout_small_plot <- function (mrcs, grup1, ltr.size, id.label, nameclones, j, ylim, col.marg) {
  par(mar = c(0,0,0,0)+0.5)
  plot(1:length(mrcs),seq(min(grup1$Marker.size), max(grup1$Marker.size), length.out=length(mrcs)),

draw_vertical_lines <- function( mrcs, datt, ylim, obs.alls.frq, alls.range, layout){
  ## the vertical lines 
  for(i in 1:length(mrcs))
   lines(c(i,i),c(min(pt0$Marker.size),ylim[2]),lty=1,lwd=2,col="gray90",type = "l")  # line one
           c(alls.range[alls.range$Marker == mrcs[i],"min"],
             alls.range[alls.range$Marker == mrcs[i],"max"]),
           lty=1,lwd=4,col="gray80", type = "l")  
   } else {
     lines(c(i,i),c(min(pt0$Marker.size),max(pt0$Marker.size)),lty=1,lwd=4,col="gray80",type = "l")  
  if(layout == "no text"){

draw_nodes <- function(mrcs, grup1, datt, ylim, ltr.size){
  ## printing circles 
  mrcs = as.character(mrcs)
  for(i in 1:length(mrcs))
    rom = as.character(datt[datt$primer_name_original == as.character(mrcs[i]),"Cromosomas"][1])
        lines(c(i-1,i),c(ylim[2],ylim[2]),lty=1,lwd=2,col="gray90",type = "l")
      #sort alleles first by decreasing size
      pt1 = pt1[order(pt1[,5], decreasing = TRUE), ]
      if(is.null(rom)){#} | nchar(rom)>6 ) {
    cmp = rom

draw_legend <- function(j, mrcs, ylim, grp.brks, col.fig, grp.size, ltr.size, img.format, 
                        nameclones2, species.name, set.name, clones, show.accs.total,
                        x, obs.alls.frq.ref){
  ## one legend
  legend(length(mrcs)+0.7, ylim[2], 
         c(paste("0% - ",                        round(grp.brks[1]*100,0),"%", sep=""), 
           paste(round(grp.brks[1]*100,0),"% - ",round(grp.brks[2]*100,0),"%", sep=""), 
           paste(round(grp.brks[2]*100,0),"% - ",round(grp.brks[3]*100,0),"%", sep=""), 
           paste(round(grp.brks[3]*100,0),"% - 100%", sep="")), 
         col = c(col.fig[1],col.fig[2],col.fig[3],col.fig[4]),
         text.col = "gray1", lty = c(1,1,1,1), pch = c(16,16,16,16), merge = TRUE,
         cex=ltr.size,title="Allele frequency     ")
  if(interactive() & img.format!="screen") cat(paste(j,":\t",nameclones2[j],"\n",sep=""))
  ## two legend
  if(show.accs.total ){
    imp=c("Species Name:",d1,"","Set Name:",d2,"",
          #"Total Markers:",d4,"",
          "Total Genotypes:",d5,"",
          "Source of allele frq:",obs.alls.frq.ref,"",
          "Evaluation Date:",d3,"")
  } else {
    imp=c("Species Name:",d1,"","Set Name:",d2,"",
          # "Total Markers:",d4,"",
          "Source of allele frq:",obs.alls.frq.ref,"",
          "Evaluation Date:",d3,"")
  legend(length(mrcs)+0.7,ylim[2]-70,imp,pch="",cex=ltr.size-.2, title="Description") 
    addlogo(x, px=c(length(mrcs)+0.7,length(mrcs)+6.5), py=c(70,125))  
  par(mar = c(5,4,4,2)+0.1)

#' Creates quipu-type charts for a set of SSR markers
#' The chart shows SSR marker weights on a linear scale where each allele or 'gel band' is represented 
#' by a circle. The circle's diameter can be sized and colored by its rareness. Two parameters 'col.fig' and
#' 'grp.size'allow to do so. The 'rareness' can be calculated - by default - based only on the dataset
#' at hand or by a supplied reference table. To do so, the parameter 'obs.alls.frq' expects a dataframe with
#' three columns named 'Marker', 'Marker.Size' and 'Frequency'. Another parameter, 'obs.alls.frq.ref'
#' should be used to supply a character string containing the reference to the source of allele
#' frequencies being used. For visualization purposes, the class breaks can be defined using a
#' vector of three numeric values in the range between 0 and 1 and be passed to the parameter
#' 'grp.brks'. The default is 0.01, 0.05 and 0.001.
#' The chart was motivated by the need to represent genetic uniqueness of potato plant materials in a given set
#' for a catalogue and the Andean tradition of quipus.
#' @name rquipu
#' @param data a data.frame with minimal four columns: accession_id, primer_name, marker_size, map_location; alternatively, 
#' @param a.subset a vector of accession identifiers
#' @param ylim the range of marker sizes (or alleles) in base pair (bp) units
#' @param res the resolution of the final image in pixels (width, height)
#' @param dir.print the directory to use for storing the created images
#' @param dir.logo the path to a logo to display on the chart
#' @param col.node colors for the chart elements
#' @param col.marg colors for the chart margin elements
#' @param species.name scientific name of the species of the set of accessions
#' @param set.name a name for the set of accessions
#' @param img.format specify a format for the final chart (jpeg or png)
#' @param ltr.size letter size 
#' @param show.accs.total a logical value to show the number of accessions from the dataset
#' @param id.label label for identifier
#' @param node.size size of circle diameter for allele circles by frequency group
#' @param grp.brks cut-off values between frequency groups; must be three values between 0 and 1 and in ascending order 
#' @param obs.alls.frq observed allele frequencies; format three-column data frame with heads: Marker, Marker.Size, Frequency. 
#' @param obs.alls.frq.ref a reference to the source of the allele frequencies
#' @param layout whether a full chart or one without text; use 'full' or 'no text'.
#' @example inst/examples/rquipu.R
#' @author Reinhard Simon, Pablo Carhuapoma
#' @aliases rquipu
#' @export
rquipu <-  function (data,
            #accession, marker, marker.size, map.location, 
            a.subset = c("all"),
            ylim = c(50,350), 
            dir.print = tempdir(),
            dir.logo = NA, 
            col.node = c("red3","green","blue","gray50"), 
            col.marg = c("gray60","black","black"), 
            species.name = NA, 
            set.name = NA,
            img.format = c("screen","jpeg","jpg","png"),
            ltr.size = 0.8,
            show.accs.total = TRUE,
            id.label = "Identifier",
            node.size = c(1.5, 1.2, 0.9, 0.6),
            grp.brks = c(0.01, 0.05, 0.1),
            obs.alls.frq = NULL,
            obs.alls.frq.ref = "dataset",
            layout=c("full", "no text")
  grp.size = node.size
  col.fig = col.node
  assert(is.data.frame(data), "Data is not a data.frame")
  assert(all(names(data) %in% c("accession_id", "primer_name","marker_size","map_location")),
         "The data.frame does not contain the expected column names (see documentation).")
         "The data.frame does not contain sufficient data.")
  stopifnot(all(is.vector(col.fig), is.character(col.fig), length(col.fig)==4))
  stopifnot(all(col.fig %in% colors()))
  stopifnot(all(is.vector(grp.brks), is.numeric(grp.brks), length(grp.brks)==3))
  stopifnot(all(grp.brks[1] > 0, grp.brks[2] > grp.brks[1], grp.brks[3] > grp.brks[2], 1>grp.brks[3] ) )
                  names(obs.alls.frq) %in% c("marker", "marker_size", "frequency"))
                  0 < min(obs.alls.frq$frequency), 
                  max(obs.alls.frq$frequency < 1) ))
    options(warn = -1)
      CLON = data$accession_id
      MARK = data$primer_name
      SIZE = data$marker_size
      CROMOS = data$map_location
   if(!("all" %in% a.subset))  {
            "The parameter 'a.subset' must be a vector.")
            "The parameter 'a.subset' must be a vector of type 'character'.")
     ss = a.subset %in% data$accession_id
     mss= paste(a.subset[!ss],collapse=", ")
     assert(all(ss),paste("The dentifier(s): '",mss,"' is/are not in the database.", sep=""))
   dir=paste("In the folder ",dir.print,sep="")
   ## sorting the data by level of chromosome
   for(i in 1:nrow(dat))
     for(j in 1:nrow(dt2))
   dat=dat[order(datos[,5], datos[,2],datos[,3]),]
   # Calculate allele frequency by locus or primer pair
   alls = paste(dat$primer_name ,dat$Marker.size,sep=".")
   up = unique(dat$primer_name)
   for(a in 1:length(up) ){
     pn = as.character(up[a])

     Alleles = paste(obs.alls.frq$marker, obs.alls.frq$marker_size, sep=".")
     obs.fr = cbind(Alleles, obs.alls.frq$frequency)
     row.names(obs.fr) = Alleles
     ofr = table(obs.fr[,1])
     ofr = obs.fr[,2]
     assert(all(names(alls.fr) %in% names(ofr)),
              paste(names(alls.fr)[!(names(alls.fr) %in% names(ofr))],collapse=", "), 
              "is/are missing in your reference file of allele frequencies." )
     alls.fr = ofr
     alls.range = tapply.stat(obs.alls.frq[,"marker_size"], obs.alls.frq[,"marker"], min)
     alls.range = cbind(alls.range,
                        tapply.stat(obs.alls.frq[,"marker_size"], obs.alls.frq[,"marker"], max)[2])
     names(alls.range) = c("Marker","min","max")

   for(r in 1:nrow(datt)){
     an = paste(datt$primer_name_original[r],datt$Marker.size[r],sep=".")
     ra = as.numeric(alls.fr[[an]])
     if(ra<  (grp.brks[1]))                    {datt[r,5]=grp.size[1]; datt[r,6]=col.fig[1]}
     if(ra>= (grp.brks[1]) & ra< (grp.brks[2])){datt[r,5]=grp.size[2]; datt[r,6]=col.fig[2]}
     if(ra>= (grp.brks[2]) & ra< (grp.brks[3])){datt[r,5]=grp.size[3]; datt[r,6]=col.fig[3]}
     if(ra>= (grp.brks[3]))                    {datt[r,5]=grp.size[4]; datt[r,6]=col.fig[4]}
     #print(paste(r, ra, datt[r,5],sep=" "))
   ## Graphic
   x = NA
     x <- read.pnm(dir.logo) # reading the logo  
   if(a.subset != "all"){
     datt = datt[datt$CIP.number %in% a.subset, ]

   nameclones=paste(nameclones1,"                          ", sep="")
   if(img.format %in% c("jpeg","jpg")) nameclones2=file.path(dir.print, paste(nameclones1,".jpg", sep=""))
   if(img.format=="png")  nameclones2=file.path(dir.print, paste(nameclones1,".png", sep=""))
   for(j in 1:length(clones))
     ## print image 
     if(img.format %in% c("jpeg","jpg")) jpeg(nameclones2[j],quality = 100,width = res[1], height = res[2],pointsize = 22)
     if(img.format=="png") png(nameclones2[j],width = res[1], height = res[2],pointsize = 22)
       layout_large_plot(mrcs, grup1, ltr.size, id.label, nameclones, j, ylim, col.marg)
       draw_legend(j, mrcs, ylim, grp.brks, col.fig, grp.size, ltr.size, img.format, nameclones2, species.name,
                        set.name, clones, show.accs.total, x, obs.alls.frq.ref)       
     } else {
       layout_small_plot(mrcs, grup1, ltr.size, id.label, nameclones, j, ylim, col.marg)

     draw_vertical_lines(mrcs, datt, ylim, obs.alls.frq, alls.range, layout)
     draw_nodes(mrcs, grup1, datt, ylim, ltr.size)
     if(img.format != "screen" ) dev.off()

#' Run a short interactive demo
#' Shows the two typical plots and the effects of the main parameters.
#' @aliases runDemo
#' @author Reinhard Simon
#' @example inst/examples/ex_runDemo.R
#' @export
runDemo <- function() {
  runApp(system.file("shiny", package = "quipu"))

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