Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) Examples

View source: R/correspond_rank.R

Correspond two rankings

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`x1` |
a vector of scores calculated by one metric. |

`x2` |
a vector of scores calculated by another metric. |

`name1` |
name of the first metric. |

`name2` |
name of the second metric. |

`col1` |
color of the lines for the first metric. |

`col2` |
color of the lines for the second metric. |

`top_n` |
top n elements to show correspondance. |

`transparency` |
transparency of the connection lines. |

`pt_size` |
size of the points, must be a |

`newpage` |
whether to plot in a new graphic page. |

`ratio` |
ratio of width of the left plot, connection lines and right plot. |

In `x1`

and `x2`

, the i^th element is the same object but with different
scores under different metrics.

`x1`

and `x2`

are sorted in the left panel and right panel. The top n elements
under corresponding metric are highlighted by vertical lines in both panels.
Lines connect the same element with top values in either `x1`

or `x2`

, and it shows
e.g. the rank of the element by the second metric which has rank 1 by the first metric.

Under the plot is a simple Venn diagram showing the overlaps of the top n elements by the two metrics.

No value is returned.

Zuguang Gu <[email protected]>

1 2 3 4 5 | ```
require(matrixStats)
mat = matrix(runif(1000), ncol = 10)
x1 = rowSds(mat)
x2 = rowMads(mat)
correspond_between_two_rankings(x1, x2, name1 = "sd", name2 = "mad", top_n = 20)
``` |

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