[BioC] Heatmaps for one sample?
thomas.girke at ucr.edu
Wed Jul 28 18:36:30 CEST 2010
You can trick it by replicating the single column/vector to a matrix of two columns
containing the same values. The result in the heatmap will look like a single
On Wed, Jul 28, 2010 at 11:04:01AM +0200, Sarah Bonnin wrote:
> Dear list,
> I have a short question: I'm performing heatmaps on lists of genes selected as being differentially expressed on a set of 4 technical replicates (from an Agilent gene expression 2 colors experiment).
> As technical replicates are behaving very similarly, I am taking the median values of the replicates log2ratios, and basically trying to get a heatmaps that would display only one column, being the median value, and the genes on lines.
> I'm using heatmap.2 which doesn't draw heatmaps for data containing less than 2 columns and 2 rows, so I was wondering if there was a function which does this?
> I know that it doesn't make so much sense, especially not using biological replicates, but it has a more "visual" goal!
> Thank you in advance!
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