[Bioc-devel] splots -- new package announcement
smckinney at bccrc.ca
Wed Sep 13 21:21:01 CEST 2006
As I have some 96 well plate data to look at
right now, I downloaded your package.
Unfortunately I am having trouble on
Mac OS X 10.4.7 and Rapp 2.3.1
If I run your example,
> plotScreen(screen, 3)
I get a Quartz screen with 12 grey
rectangles, subtitled 'datasetnn',
(nn = 1, 2, ... 12)
all white otherwise.
If I resize the screen, I briefly see coloured
rectangles within the grey borders, but then white
returns and all is blank.
I also tried printing to a PDF file, which worked
properly, so I can at least do that.
Anyone have similar problems with other plots?
Is this an Rapp/Quartz issue only? Have I set up
Any insights appreciated.
system powerpc, darwin8.6.0
svn rev 38247
version.string Version 2.3.1 (2006-06-01)
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From: bioc-devel-bounces at stat.math.ethz.ch on behalf of Oleg Sklyar
Sent: Wed 9/13/2006 7:32 AM
To: bioc-devel at stat.math.ethz.ch
Subject: [Bioc-devel] splots -- new package announcement
a couple of weeks ago I submitted a yet tiny new package, splots, that
aims to deliver different plotting routines for high-throughput screens
independently of analysis packages. The idea is too have a separate
plotting package with a minimum dependencies that would allow for nice
plots of screen-like data (what is currently done by parts of cellHTS,
The package has now passed through build/check and therefore I am
At the moment, the package contains one single function, plotScreen,
which is a grid-graphics implementation of a similar function from
cellHTS (credit to Ligia Breas for the idea!), and it stays this way for
the release. However I will add a couple of functions in the later devel
version as time allows.
I would be really happy if the package attract not only users but
developers as well. Feel free to participate in package development,
adding new functions, or simply using it.
Dr. Oleg Sklyar | EBI, Cambridge CB10 1SD, England | +44-1223-494466
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