Question: gseaplot vertical line
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11 months ago by
abelsousa0 wrote:


Does anyone know what the vertical line in the gseaplot from clusterProfiler represents?

I saw in the help page that it indicates the maximum/minimal running enrichment score. But does anyone know more details about its calculation and meaning?




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ADD COMMENTlink modified 9 months ago by Bioconductor Community ♦♦ 0 • written 11 months ago by abelsousa0

Which vertical line do you exactly refer to? See here for example of a gseaplot obtained from clusterProfiler.

The calculations and interpretation of the scores can be found (among others) here (PathwayCommons) or here (at the GSEA webpage).

ADD REPLYlink written 11 months ago by Guido Hooiveld2.5k

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ADD REPLYlink written 4 months ago by iamkevinspear0

The equation of a vertical line does NOT have a y-intercept on account that a vertical line in no way crosses the y-axis.
The slope of a vertical line is undefined due to the fact the denominator of the slope (the exchange in X) is 0
Vertical strains assist determine if a relation is a feature in math.
The equation of a vertical line continually takes the shape x = k
where ok is any wide variety and ok is also the x-intercept. For example inside the graph below, the vertical line has the equation x = 2 As you may see here within the picture underneath, the road is going straight up and down at x = 2

ADD REPLYlink written 11 months ago by johnmathew12450
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