setEnrCutoff sets the enrichment cutoff value for a MIGSAres object in
order to get detailed enrichment results.
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a MIGSAres object.
numeric value in range [0,1] or NA to set the new enrichment cutoff. If NA then enrichment cutoff is unset for object.
A MIGSAres object with the updated slots.
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data(migsaRes) ## After executing MIGSA, the MIGSAres object does not have an enrichment ## cutoff set, so it will be shown as follows: head(migsaRes) ## Now lets set an enrichment cutoff, and then show again the object. migsaResWCoff <- setEnrCutoff(migsaRes, 0.01) head(migsaResWCoff) ## So now we can do stuff like check how many gene sets are enriched in both ## experiments, in each one, etc. Moreover now we can do different MIGSAres ## plots available in MIGSA package. table(migsaResWCoff[, c("igsaInput1", "igsaInput2")]) ## And with different cutoffs. migsaResWCoff <- setEnrCutoff(migsaRes, 0.1) table(migsaResWCoff[, c("igsaInput1", "igsaInput2")])
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