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Assa Yeroslaviz1.3k
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Assa Yeroslaviz1.3k wrote:
Hi everybody, Is there a way of changing the default parameters of the plots crated by the simpleaffy packge - pairwise.comparison plots. I want to plot two data aets on the same plot, but they all have the same three colors (red, orange and yellow). I tried to assign them different colours but I always get an error message, that I have multiple allocations for the same parameters. The same happens when I tried to set new titles for my X- and Y-axis. This is how I tried it: > plot(significant.rma_w,type="scatter") #scatter plot> plot(significant.rma_d,type="scatter", col = c("purple","blue","green"), add=T) #scatter plotError in plot.xy(xy.coords(x, y), type = type, ...) : formal argument "col" matched by multiple actual arguments I get a similar error message when trying to set new captions for the axes. > plot(results.rma_w,significant.rma_w, type="scatter",+ main= "significantly deregulated genes between high and low fractions",+ xlab="high density fraction (w)", ylab ="low density fraction (w)" ) #scatter plotError in plot.default(x, y, xlim = xlim, ylim = ylim, pch = pch, ...) : formal argument "xlab" matched by multiple actual arguments when doing plot.pairwise.comparison.plot I get only this: > plot.pairwise.comparisonfunction (x, y = NULL, labels = colnames(means(x)), showPMA = TRUE, type = "scatter", ...) { if (type == "scatter") { .pcscatterplot(x, y, labels, showPMA, ...) } else if (type == "volcano") { .volcanoplot(x, y, labels, showPMA, ...) } else if (type == "ma") { .maplot(x, y, labels, showPMA, ...) } } <environment: namespace:simpleaffy=""> But when looking for, there is no such real functions to work with as .pcscatterplot. I will appreciate any kind of helps THX Assa > R.Version()$platform [1] "x86_64-pc-linux-gnu" $arch [1] "x86_64" $os [1] "linux-gnu" $system [1] "x86_64, linux-gnu" $status [1] "" $major [1] "2" $minor [1] "12.2" $year [1] "2011" $month [1] "02" $day [1] "25" $`svn rev` [1] "54585" $language [1] "R" $version.string [1] "R version 2.12.2 (2011-02-25)" [[alternative HTML version deleted]]
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James W. MacDonald43k wrote:
Hi Assa, On 4/13/2011 3:13 AM, Assa Yeroslaviz wrote: > Hi everybody, > > Is there a way of changing the default parameters of the plots crated by the > simpleaffy packge - pairwise.comparison plots. Yes, but it will take some work on your part. Hypothetically you could rename plot.pairwise.comparison() in your global environment and modify it there, but as you note this gets problematic as there are often multiple other functions in the simpleaffy namespace that you would have to get as well, and then you end up making more work for yourself. The real way to do this is to download the source for this package, then modify the functions (e.g., .pcscatterplot()) required to make your changes, then build and install your modified package. Since you are on Linux, this is relatively trivial. If you need guidance on installing packages, please see the 'R Installation and Administration' manual, specifically section 6. Best, Jim > > I want to plot two data aets on the same plot, but they all have the same > three colors (red, orange and yellow). I tried to assign them different > colours but I always get an error message, that I have multiple allocations > for the same parameters. > The same happens when I tried to set new titles for my X- and Y-axis. > > This is how I tried it: > >> plot(significant.rma_w,type="scatter") #scatter plot> plot(significant.rma_d,type="scatter", col = c("purple","blue","green"), add=T) #scatter plotError in plot.xy(xy.coords(x, y), type = type, ...) : > formal argument "col" matched by multiple actual arguments > > I get a similar error message when trying to set new captions for the axes. > >> plot(results.rma_w,significant.rma_w, type="scatter",+ main= "significantly deregulated genes between high and low fractions",+ xlab="high density fraction (w)", ylab ="low density fraction (w)" ) #scatter plotError in plot.default(x, y, xlim = xlim, ylim = ylim, pch = pch, ...) : > formal argument "xlab" matched by multiple actual arguments > > when doing plot.pairwise.comparison.plot I get only this: > >> plot.pairwise.comparisonfunction (x, y = NULL, labels = colnames(means(x)), showPMA = TRUE, > type = "scatter", ...) > { > if (type == "scatter") { > .pcscatterplot(x, y, labels, showPMA, ...) > } > else if (type == "volcano") { > .volcanoplot(x, y, labels, showPMA, ...) > } > else if (type == "ma") { > .maplot(x, y, labels, showPMA, ...) > } > } > <environment: namespace:simpleaffy=""> > > > But when looking for, there is no such real functions to work with as > .pcscatterplot. > > > I will appreciate any kind of helps > > THX > > Assa > >> R.Version()$platform > [1] "x86_64-pc-linux-gnu" > > $arch > [1] "x86_64" > > $os > [1] "linux-gnu" > > $system > [1] "x86_64, linux-gnu" > > $status > [1] "" > > $major > [1] "2" > > $minor > [1] "12.2" > > $year > [1] "2011" > > $month > [1] "02" > > $day > [1] "25" > > $`svn rev` > [1] "54585" > > $language > [1] "R" > > $version.string > [1] "R version 2.12.2 (2011-02-25)" > > [[alternative HTML version deleted]] > > _______________________________________________ > Bioconductor mailing list > Bioconductor at r-project.org > https://stat.ethz.ch/mailman/listinfo/bioconductor > Search the archives: http://news.gmane.org/gmane.science.biology.informatics.conductor -- James W. MacDonald, M.S. Biostatistician Douglas Lab University of Michigan Department of Human Genetics 5912 Buhl 1241 E. Catherine St. Ann Arbor MI 48109-5618 734-615-7826 ********************************************************** Electronic Mail is not secure, may not be read every day, and should not be used for urgent or sensitive issues
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