DAVIDClasses-show: Basic console output

Description Usage Arguments Value Author(s) Examples

Description

The different implementations of show function for the DAVIDWebService package classes.

Usage

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  ## S4 method for signature 'DAVIDResult'
show(object)

  ## S4 method for signature 'DAVIDGenes'
show(object)

  ## S4 method for signature 'DAVIDFunctionalAnnotationChart'
show(object)

  ## S4 method for signature 'DAVIDCluster'
show(object)

  ## S4 method for signature 'DAVIDFunctionalAnnotationTable'
show(object)

  ## S4 method for signature 'DAVIDWebService'
show(object)

Arguments

object

DAVIDXX class members (where XX stands for Result, Genes, Term/GeneCluster, FunctionalAnnotationChart/Table or DAVIDWebService).

Value

Basic console output.

Author(s)

Cristobal Fresno and Elmer A Fernandez

Examples

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{
##DAVIDGenes example:
##Load Show Gene List file report for the input demo file 1, using data
##function. Then, create a DAVIDGenes object using only the head of the
##loaded data.frame geneList1 (just to keep it simple).
data(geneList1)
davidGenes1<-DAVIDGenes(head(geneList1))
davidGenes1

##DAVIDFunctionalAnnotationChart example
##Load the Functional Annotation Chart file report for the input demo
##file 2, using data function. Then, create a DAVIDFunctionalAnnotationChart
##object using the head of the loaded data.frame funChart2 (just to keep
##it simple).
data(funChart2)
davidFunChart2<-DAVIDFunctionalAnnotationChart(head(funChart2))
davidFunChart2

##DAVIDFunctionalAnnotationTable example:
##Load the Functional Annotation Table file report for the input demo
##file 1, using data function. Then, create a DAVIDFunctionalAnnotationTable
##object using the loaded data.frame annotationTable1.
data(annotationTable1)
davidFunTable1<-DAVIDFunctionalAnnotationTable(annotationTable1)
davidFunTable1
}

Bioconductor-mirror/RDAVIDWebService documentation built on May 31, 2017, 10:42 p.m.