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Comment: C: plotting interactions in R with two data sets
... That still didn't change anything. I still get the plot on only half of the window. I can't figure why, as I have for both columns the same amount of factors (842 vs. 843). ...
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Comment: C: plotting interactions in R with two data sets
... Thanks I will give it a try... ...
written 4.5 years ago by frymor10
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Comment: C: plotting interactions in R with two data sets
... I have tried with ggplot. require(ggplot2) pl1 <-  ggplot(subset, aes(y = factor(partner1),  x = factor(partner2))) +  geom_tile(aes(fill = Interactions)) +  scale_fill_continuous(low = "blue", high = "green") + scale_size(range = c(1, 200)) With the small subset I get a similar plot to the one ...
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Comment: C: plotting interactions in R with two data sets
... yes there is a difference. The information on the two partner columns are genomic positions. So it make a difference whether the first or the second partner is on a specific position. Doesn't it? How would you put the data into a heatmap? ...
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plotting interactions in R with two data sets
... Hi all,   I have a data set of two postions on the genome with a third value for number of interactions. I would like to plot this data set so I can see how many interactions are on each position. the data set looks like that (this is only a subset of the complete, very long list): partner1    p ...
genome R scatterplot interactions written 4.5 years ago by frymor10 • updated 11 months ago by theobroma221.1k

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