extract small heatmap from big one deeptools
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biostarsb ▴ 30

Hello everyone I have a question I had a heatmap with deeptools and I wanted to extract that small heatmap with the genes that have more signal (as shown in the image)

someone can help me ?

thank you in advance

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waiting for help !!!!!

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Are you losing money by the minute here :-) It has been less than 30 min since you posted the original question.

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Constantine ▴ 280

Run it again with the parameter --outFileSortedRegions myfile.bed . The genes you want should be in the first cluster that comes up (I assume you have run it with a --kmeans 4 ? )

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then i can extract the list of genes from the bed file and run again the computeMatrix then plotheatmap ?

Thank you

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Sure ..should work this way

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but the bed contain all genes not only those with high signal, for me i need to extract only those with high signal to do again onther computeMatrix and plotHeatmap

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if you run again the plotHeatmap function with the parameters --kmeans 4 --outFileSortedRegions mynewfile.bed then your new bed file "mynewfile.bed" that is generated will be split into 4 different clusters. The genes you want are in the first cluster

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You have a couple options. Firstly, you could save the sorted output from computeMatrix, gunzip it, take the top N lines, fix the header and then gzip it again (computeMatrix outputs a bit gzipped text file, where the first line is a header defining things like the matrix size and where samples are).

Perhaps a better options would be to use kmeans in plotHeatmap, pull out the BED regions for the preferred cluster and then run computeMatrix on that.

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