Question: Add Annotations as sidecolors in Heatmap
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biohacker_tobe40 wrote:

I have two seperate dataframes, from one of these I have already created a heatmap from the first dataframe, however I want to add a sidebar that indicates the type of family that a gene is actually associated to it.

Dataframe 1

BGC1     BGC2    Distance
-----------------------------------------------
BGC31     BGC34     0.6
BGC34     BGC45     0.7
BGC34     BGC53     0.2
BGC53     BGC31     0.8

Dataframe2

BGC1     Association  
----------------------------------
BGC31     Skin Cancer
BGC34     Skin Cancer     
BGC34     Lung Cancer     
BGC53     Liver Cancer

I'm looking to create something like this where each color represents a type of gene cluster associated to a specific gene class:

p3 <- heatmap.3(comat, scale = "none", trace = "none", col = color,  main="GCF Co-Occurrence Map"
                ,lhei=c(0.5,1),  keysize=0.5, cexRow = 0.60, cexCol = 0.65)

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ADD COMMENTlink modified 6 months ago • written 6 months ago by biohacker_tobe40

There is a recent awesome package for this by Guangchuang Yu to do this. Check here.

ADD REPLYlink written 6 months ago by venu6.7k

hey! this unfortunately does not allow me to map back my annotated gene clusters

ADD REPLYlink written 6 months ago by biohacker_tobe40
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