goTools and plot and go group names
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@dr-gyorffy-balazs-619
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Hi all, I have used goTools to produce graph for gene lists and the various GO groups. However, on the x-axis of the plot the GO groups are not always visible (as in the goTools.pdf file Figure 1.a.). How can I make the groups visible on the plot? Thank you Balazs
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S Peri ▴ 320
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Hi all, I am writing a T-test function for my hguav2 chip analsys. I get the Error in t.test.default(xrow[cl == 0], xrow[cl == 1]) : not enough x observations . error. What is wrong? can any one please suggest some solution. Thank you. PS >t.fx <- function(x,cl){ + ttest2 <- function(xrow,cl){ + return(t.test(xrow[cl==0],xrow[cl==1])$p.value)} + return(apply(x,1,ttest2,cl==cl))} > pros.pvals <- t.fx(pro.exprs,prostate.cl) Error in t.test.default(xrow[cl == 0], xrow[cl == 1]) : not enough x observations
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Paquet, Agnes ▴ 500
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Hi Balazs, You can change the default layout parameters using par. To have more space for the x-axis, you can for example modify the margin size and use a smaller font: res <- ontoCompare(...) par(mar=c(10,5,2,5), cex=0.7) ontoPlot(res) Regards, Agnes -----Original Message----- From: Dr_Gyorffy_Balazs [mailto:zsalab2@yahoo.com] Sent: Thursday, August 26, 2004 6:51 AM To: bioconductor@stat.math.ethz.ch Subject: [BioC] goTools and plot and go group names Hi all, I have used goTools to produce graph for gene lists and the various GO groups. However, on the x-axis of the plot the GO groups are not always visible (as in the goTools.pdf file Figure 1.a.). How can I make the groups visible on the plot? Thank you Balazs _______________________________________________ Bioconductor mailing list Bioconductor@stat.math.ethz.ch https://stat.ethz.ch/mailman/listinfo/bioconductor
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