[R] Unable to make plots using ggplot2
bgunter@4567 @end|ng |rom gm@||@com
Sun Feb 16 23:08:04 CET 2020
What do you think these two statements do?
df <- data2
df <- data.frame(var=c("Young_Control", "Young_Treated", "CHG_methylation"))
I suggest you stop what you're doing and spend time with an R tutorial or
two before proceeding.
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sticking things into it."
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On Sun, Feb 16, 2020 at 2:01 PM pooja sinha <pjsinha07 using gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I have data in excel with the following details:
> CHG_methylation Young_Control Young_Treated
> 0-10% 95.23 94.53
> 10-20% 3.71 4.16
> 20-30% 0.68 0.8
> 30-40% 0.18 0.22
> 40-50% 0.07 0.09
> 50-60% 0.04 0.06
> 60-70% 0.02 0.04
> 70-80% 0.02 0.03
> 80-90% 0.02 0.03
> 90-100% 0.04 0.05
> I am trying to plot the graph using ggplot2 but not successful yet. My code
> is below:
> data2 <- read_excel("CHG_meth_plot1.xlsx")
> df <- data2
> df <- data.frame(var=c("Young_Control", "Young_Treated",
> ggplot(data = df, aes(x = var, y = CHG_methylation)) +
> geom_bar(aes(fill = CHG_methylation))
> I am getting error as something is wrong with my df. Also I needed to
> create breaks in y-axis as I do not know whether it is possible in R or
> Any kind of help is highly appreciated.
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