Circos

Formatting data for Circos with R

When generating a Circos plot, the formatting of the data to be represented is a crucial step. Here are some pointers on how to avoid the dreadful *** CIRCOS ERROR ***. All data files must be in text format. For instance, using R, I would generate a myData.txt file that I would then call within a specific plot block (<plot>...</plot>). Data files are used for 2-dimensional graphical representations (histogram, scatter plot, heatmap, tiles), labels (which are technically also a type [...]

By |2017-04-29T15:36:21-04:00October 29, 2015|Categories: Data Visualization, R|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Draw me a Circos

How pretty would that look in my article? Very Pretty! As well as being informative! You might want to use a Circos for your own personal analysis or as an article figure. In both cases, this kind of representation is useful when it comes to visualizing data in a more global or complete manner:  you can have multiple types of data ranging across various chromosomal sequences. However, as wonderful and exciting the idea of having your own personal Circos might [...]

By |2017-05-01T10:03:50-04:00August 20, 2015|Categories: Data Visualization|Tags: , , |0 Comments