Making a heatmap in R with the superheat package

I discovered the superheat package a few days ago and the adjacent plots feature was really attractive. The superheat #rstats package for making heatmaps looks super! I like the adjacent plots https://t.co/KhyA6K6Ap3 — Dave Tang (@davetang31) February 3, 2017

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R data visualisation

Once upon a time, I made my graphs using Excel because it was the only software that I was aware of for making graphs. Now one can do amazing things with Excel and produce fairly good looking graphs, but after looking at some examples of R graphs, I wanted to learn a bit more about...

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Making a heatmap with R

Update 28th March 2017: I recommend using the superheat package for creating heatmaps. Heatmaps are great for visualising large tables of data; they are definitely popular in many transcriptome papers. Here are the basic commands for making your own heatmap: The colour schemes from the function display.brewer.all() Returning the values used for the heatmap Taken...

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