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Comment: C: Gviz: decreasing tick resolution
... Hi Robert, I just installed Gviz 1.27.5 and then realised I didn't actually ask how to use the new parameter to do what I want. Whoops. I tried adding ticksAt = 2000 and ticksAt=seq(0, <end>, 2000) to my GenomeAxisTrack call and it didn't seem to make any difference. Could you give me a quic ...
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Comment: C: Gviz: decreasing tick resolution
... That sounds ideal, thanks! :-) ...
written 11 weeks ago by willbradshaw0
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Comment: C: Gviz: decreasing tick resolution
... Hi Robert, Thanks for the quick and helpful answer; great to know this will be available soon! Just to check (I'm not used to working with dev versions), since this is in Bioc 3.9 and R 3.6 isn't released yet, I'll need to set up r-devel to use it, right? Thanks again, Will ...
written 11 weeks ago by willbradshaw0
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Gviz: decreasing tick resolution
... Hi everyone! I'm currently mapping out a genomic locus with Gviz, and I'm running into an issue in one of my sub-figures where the Genome Axis Track tick labels are mashing into each other: It seems to have automatically decided to show ticks every 1kb due to the relatively short range being plo ...
gviz gviz-package written 11 weeks ago by willbradshaw0 • updated 11 weeks ago by Robert Ivanek590

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