CM manhattan plot in R without default title
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3.1 years ago
dp0b ▴ 70

Hi,

I want to plot a multi track manhattan and was using cmplot. However, I wish the final plot not to have the title manhattan plot at the top. Does any one no how I can edit it from the default? I have tried title=null, title= ' ', and changing the parameters par(mar=c(5,3,2,2)+0.1) Any suggestions would be much appreciated

library("CMplot")
data(pig60K)
CMplot(pig60K,plot.type="m",band=1,LOG10=TRUE,multracks=TRUE)

Many thanks.

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Btw already asked on github issues : https://github.com/YinLiLin/R-CMplot/issues/4

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3.1 years ago

You can either cover the title with a wonderful white rectangle using gimp or paint. Or modify the source code of CMplot, around line 870 and 1200 of CMplot.r you have plot creations with titles. Have fun !

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Thanks for your help! At least I know it requires a bit more than I thought I was missing!

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If you're on linux and you want to rebuild the CMplot package to modify these lines, the first answer works well :

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/34800331/r-modify-and-rebuild-package

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