[ATACseqQC] NA values in sigs makes heatmap not completed
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Hello all, I'm using ATACseqQC package for analyzing my post-sorted bam file of ATAC-seq (from mice). I found my heatmap was only half shown whatever I tried. Please see the code below.

# for mouse
library(ATACseqQC)
library(ChIPpeakAnno)
library(MotifDb)
library(GenomicAlignments)
library(Rsamtools)
library(GenomicScores)
library(BSgenome.Mmusculus.UCSC.mm10)
library(TxDb.Mmusculus.UCSC.mm10.knownGene)
mm10_gscore <- getGScores("phastCons60way.UCSC.mm10")

txs <- txs[seqnames(txs) %in% c("chr1", "chr2", "chr3", "chr4", "chr5", "chr6", "chr7", "chr8", "chr9", "chr10", "chr11", "chr12", "chr13", "chr14", "chr15", "chr16", "chr17", "chr18", "chr19", "chrX", "chrY")]
genome <- Mmusculus
objs <- splitGAlignmentsByCut(obj=gal1, txs=txs, genome=genome, outPath="D:/HYJ/splited_Cracd_KO1/")
bamfiles <- file.path("D:/HYJ/splited_Cracd_KO1/", c("NucleosomeFree.bam", "mononucleosome.bam", "dinucleosome.bam", "trinucleosome.bam"))
TSS <- promoters(txs, upstream=0, downstream=1)
TSS <- unique(TSS)
librarySize <- estLibSize(bamfiles)
librarySize
D:/HYJ/splited_Cracd_KO1//NucleosomeFree.bam D:/HYJ/splited_Cracd_KO1//mononucleosome.bam 
                                     7552685                                      1484090 
  D:/HYJ/splited_Cracd_KO1//dinucleosome.bam  D:/HYJ/splited_Cracd_KO1//trinucleosome.bam 
                                     1497497                                            0 

NTILE <- 101
dws <- ups <- 1010
sigs <- enrichedFragments(gal=objs[c("NucleosomeFree", "mononucleosome", "dinucleosome", "trinucleosome")], TSS=TSS, librarySize=librarySize, upstream = ups, downstream = dws, TSS.filter=0.5, seqlev = paste0("chr", c(1:19, "X", "Y")), n.tile = NTILE)
sigs.log2 <- lapply(sigs, function(.ele) log2(.ele+1))
featureAlignedHeatmap(cvglists=sigs.log2, feature.gr=reCenterPeaks(peaks=TSS, width=ups+dws), upstream = ups, downstream = dws, zeroAt=0.5, n.tile=NTILE)

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I think the reason may be the NA values in sigs. And the NA values may be caused by the not well-aligned bam files because there is no conservation=mm10_gscore in objs <- splitGAlignmentsByCut(obj=gal1, txs=txs, genome=genome, outPath="D:/HYJ/splited_Cracd_KO1/"). However, if I add conservation=mm10_gscore, the splitGAlignmentsByCut() will generate Error: subscript contains invalid names.

sigs
$NucleosomeFree
               [,1]       [,2]     [,3]     [,4]      [,5]     [,6]     [,7]     [,8]     [,9]     [,10]    [,11]
    [1,]         NA         NA       NA       NA        NA       NA       NA       NA       NA        NA       NA
    [2,]  1.5850972  1.5850972 0.000000 0.000000  0.000000 0.000000 0.000000 0.000000 0.000000  0.000000 0.000000
    [3,]  0.0000000  0.0000000 0.000000 0.000000  0.000000 0.000000 0.000000 2.451784 2.451784  2.451784 2.451784
    [4,]  0.0000000  0.0000000 0.000000 0.000000  0.000000 1.585097 1.585097 1.585097 1.585097  1.585097 0.000000
    [5,]  0.0000000  1.2258919 1.225892 1.225892  1.225892 1.225892 0.000000 0.000000 0.000000  0.000000 0.000000
    [6,]         NA         NA       NA       NA        NA       NA       NA       NA       NA        NA       NA
    [7,]         NA         NA       NA       NA        NA       NA       NA       NA       NA        NA       NA
    [8,]  0.0000000  0.0000000 0.000000 0.000000  0.000000 0.000000 0.000000 0.000000 0.000000  0.000000 0.000000
    [9,]         NA         NA       NA       NA        NA       NA       NA       NA       NA        NA       NA

It is appreciated if anyone could share some opinions or tips on this issue. Thanks! Best, YJ

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dottercp • 0

Hi,

I ran into a similar problem also triggering a Error: subscript contains invalid names error. What I found out is that the problem was with including the Y chromosome in the list as the (very shallow) data only contained nucleosome-free fragments for this chromosome which lead to the error since it tried to select chromosomes that weren't in the split data.

I'm not sure if this helps in your situation but if it runs properly with chrY excluded at least you know where the error comes from.

Edit: Another problem leading to the same error I encountered has to do with the caching when using getGScores("phastCons60way.UCSC.mm10"). The directory specified in the object (data_dirpath) did not exist which led to non of the scores being actually available when using the object (all NA values) - this led to problems in splitGAlignmentsByCut leading to the same error Error: subscript contains invalid names but at a different point of the code. After creating the directory getGScores downloaded the data again and the script ran through without error.

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hi dottercp the developer has pushed a patch to solve the NA value BUG and the invalid names BUG. check these https://github.com/jianhong/ATACseqQC/issues/49 and https://github.com/jianhong/ATACseqQC/issues/48. Now what I'm suffering is that I cannot plot the completed heatmap with red signals. details see here (https://github.com/jianhong/ATACseqQC/issues/50). Appreciate it if you have any ideas about this issue. Thanks! Best, YJ

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