goProfiles (version 1.34.0)

plotProfiles: Plot functional profiles

Description

Plots basic functional profiles created with the 'basicProfile' instruction. If several profiles have to be plot together they must be first merged using the 'mergeProfiles' function. The labels of the Y-axis of the plots are the descriptions of the GO Terms. If the label is longer than 20 characters it is truncated and ended by three dots.

Usage

plotProfiles(aProf, aTitle = "Functional Profile", anOnto = NULL, percentage = FALSE, HORIZVERT = TRUE, legendText = NULL, colores = c("white", "red"), multiplePlots = F, multipleWindows = T, labelWidth=25,...)

Arguments

aProf
Functional profile to plot
aTitle
Title for the figures
anOnto
Ontology (to appear in the title)
percentage
Plot absolute or relative frequencies (not summing to 100)
HORIZVERT
Plot horizontal or vertical bars
legendText
Text of the legend for the plot
colores
Colors to be used
multiplePlots
Plot all profiles for a given dataset in one figure
multipleWindows
Open a new window after each plot
labelWidth
Width of Y axis labels (Names of GO categories) in the plot
...
Other graphical parameters that should be passed for plotting

Value

The plot

Examples

Run this code
require(goProfiles)
data(prostateIds)
welsh.MF <- basicProfile (welsh01EntrezIDs[1:100], onto="MF", level=2, orgPackage="org.Hs.eg.db") 
singh.MF <- basicProfile (singh01EntrezIDs[1:100], onto="MF", level=2, orgPackage="org.Hs.eg.db") 
plotProfiles(welsh.MF,'Functional profiles for Welsh dataset',percentage=TRUE)
welsh.singh.MF <-mergeProfilesLists(welsh.MF, singh.MF, profNames=c("Welsh", "Singh"))
plotProfiles(welsh.singh.MF , percentage=TRUE, multiplePlots=TRUE, labelWidth=30)

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