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daphne mouzaki RI80 wrote:
Hi everyone, I have to add a legend to my heatmap which will include the range of the colors. I have used heatmap() to produce it and not heatmap.2().From other inquiries I understood that the most efficient way would be to use heatmap.2() and to use that you have to install gplots.As I was told installing gplots is a bit complicated and I have to add that today. I haven't find any answer concerning adding legend when you use heatmap(). I am sure that there must be a way. Could you help me please? Thanks in advance, Daphne
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On Thursday 21 September 2006 11:23, daphne mouzaki (RI) wrote: > Hi everyone, > > I have to add a legend to my heatmap which will include the range of the > colors. I have > used heatmap() to produce it and not heatmap.2().From other inquiries I > understood that > the most efficient way would be to use heatmap.2() and to use that you > have to install gplots.As > I was told installing gplots is a bit complicated and I have to add that > today. > I haven't find any answer concerning adding legend when you use > heatmap(). I am sure that there > must be a way. Could you help me please? Install gtools, gdata, and gplots. I haven't done it in a long time, but hopefully it won't be a big problem. Sean
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daphne mouzaki RI80 wrote:
Thank you Sean.I'll try that. -----Original Message----- From: Sean Davis [mailto:sdavis2@mail.nih.gov] Sent: 21 September 2006 16:46 To: bioconductor at stat.math.ethz.ch Cc: daphne mouzaki (RI) Subject: Re: [BioC] (no subject) On Thursday 21 September 2006 11:23, daphne mouzaki (RI) wrote: > Hi everyone, > > I have to add a legend to my heatmap which will include the range of > the colors. I have used heatmap() to produce it and not > heatmap.2().From other inquiries I understood that the most efficient > way would be to use heatmap.2() and to use that you have to install > gplots.As I was told installing gplots is a bit complicated and I have > to add that today. > I haven't find any answer concerning adding legend when you use > heatmap(). I am sure that there must be a way. Could you help me > please? Install gtools, gdata, and gplots. I haven't done it in a long time, but hopefully it won't be a big problem. Sean
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daphne mouzaki RI80 wrote:
Thank you Johannes! I'll try that! Cheers, Daphne
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