Visualisation of shared clonotypes occurrences among repertoires.

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Description

Visualise counts or proportions of shared clonotypes among repertoires.

Usage

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vis.shared.clonotypes(.shared.rep, .x.rep = NA, .y.rep = NA,
  .title = "Shared clonotypes", .ncol = 3, .point.size.modif = 1)

Arguments

.shared.rep

Shared repertoires, as from shared.repertoire function.

.x.rep

Which repertoire show on x-axis. Either a name or an index of a repertoire in the .shared.rep or NA to choose all repertoires.

.y.rep

Which repertoire show on y-axis. Either a name or an index of a repertoire in the .shared.rep or NA to choose all repertoires.

.title

Main title of the plot.

.ncol

Number of columns in the resulting plot.

.point.size.modif

Modify this to correct sizes of points.

Value

ggplot2 object or plot

See Also

shared.repertoire

Examples

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## Not run: 
data(twb)
# Show shared nucleotide clonotypes of all possible pairs 
# using the Read.proportion column
twb.sh <- shared.repertoire(twb, "n0rp")
vis.shared.clonotypes(twb.sh, .ncol = 4)

# Show shared amino acid + Vseg clonotypes of pairs 
# including the Subj.A (the first one) using
# the Read.count column.
twb.sh <- shared.repertoire(twb, "avrc")
vis.shared.clonotypes(twb.sh, 1, NA, .ncol = 4)
# same, just another order of axis
vis.shared.clonotypes(twb.sh, NA, 1, .ncol = 4)

# Show shared nucleotide clonotypes of Subj.A (the first one)
# Subj.B (the second one) using the Read.proportion column.
twb.sh <- shared.repertoire(twb, "n0rp")
vis.shared.clonotypes(twb.sh, 1, 2)

# Show the same plot, but with much larget points.
vis.shared.clonotypes(twb.sh, 1, 2, .point.size.modif = 3)

## End(Not run)

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