ramasamy at cancer.org.uk
Fri Mar 18 20:20:00 CET 2005
That depends on what you did a boxplot on. It could be the values in the
CEL files if you did the boxplot on AffyBatch or it could be the values
of the expression measure if you did it on an exprSet. For more info on
what a boxplot shows see help("boxplot").
One way you can get around the problem with x-axis labels is to suppress
it and then place mtext() as such.
plot( 1:10, xaxt="n" ) # suppress the x-axis
par(las=2) # rotate labels 90 degree
mylabels <- paste("Sample", 1:10)
mtext( mylabels, side=1, line=0.5, at=1:10, srt=270 )
On Fri, 2005-03-18 at 10:41 -0800, Hrishikesh Deshmukh wrote:
> Hi All,
> I am attaching a PDF of boxplot for my data,x-axis is
> the file names but what is the y-axis?! Also only some
> of the file names show up?
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