## User: Zuguang Gu

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... OK, I see. You want to put the two heatmaps together so that you can compare directly between the two heatmaps. The thing is if you add two heatmaps, the legends are always plotted together. One way I can think to improve this is to move the legends to the bottom of the heatmap: r hmap1 <- H ...
written 12 days ago by Zuguang Gu70
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... Yes, these arguments are new fro v1.99.0, you need to update the package. ...
written 12 days ago by Zuguang Gu70
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... No, since you put the two heatmaps as one plot, the legends are grouped. You can either edit in Inkscape or make two heatmaps in two plots. You can get the column of the first heatmap by: r hmap1 = draw(hmap1) column_order = column_order(hmap1)  and assign to the second heatmap: r Heatm ...
written 13 days ago by Zuguang Gu70
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... I am not sure whether it is a good idea to put numbers close to the bars, because you can easily get these numbers from the axis. Since the annotations are just simple barplots annotations, you can use decorate_annotation() function to add these numbers. Currently, the solution to your problem i ...
written 12 weeks ago by Zuguang Gu70
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... You can use grid.grabExpr() to capture the output of ComplexHeatmap as a grob object and later you can arrange this grob object by other packages which do layout. Note you need to explicitly use draw() on the heatmap object. grob = grid.grabExpr(draw(Heatmap(...)))  ...
written 18 months ago by Zuguang Gu70

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Scholar 3.7 years ago, created an answer that has been accepted. For A: Combining ComplexHeatmap with other plot types

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