User: Greg G.

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Answer: A: Gviz: AnnotationTrack - text (feature id) annotation overlay
... I know two years since the question is asked, but in case somebody else has the same trouble: Have you tried to decrease the font size?  displayPars(atrack) <- list(fontsize.group = 15) How about zooming in, in a shorter region and post processing it? Good luck! ...
written 6 months ago by Greg G.0
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Comment: C: How to display gene symbols in UCSC Track in Gviz
... It's OK. I meant the mapIds() function. Thanks again. ...
written 6 months ago by Greg G.0
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Comment: C: How to display gene symbols in UCSC Track in Gviz
... Fantastic! It worked like a charm. I suppose with the mapping method I can assign any form of nomenclature to the genes. Right? Thanks, Greg ...
written 6 months ago by Greg G.0
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How to display gene symbols in UCSC Track in Gviz
... Hello everyone, I am trying to get Gviz::UcscTrack to display HGNC symbols, or at least the default name from the gene() function. The piece of code I am using is pasted below. Any help is highly appreciated.   ucscGenes <- UcscTrack(genome="hg38", table="ncbiRefSeq", track = 'NCBI RefSeq', tr ...
gviz hgnc ucsctrack written 6 months ago by Greg G.0 • updated 6 months ago by James W. MacDonald45k

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