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  • plotting SNP data using ggplot2

    Hi all,

    First off, i wish you all a happy new year.

    I have a question regarding plotting SNP data using the scatter function in ggplot2. I am plotting data from 5 different timepoints using the facet function within ggplot2 (represented as 1 column, 5 raws).

    On top on the scatter plots, i would like to add open reading frames. So, I was wondering whether there is any function to plot the open reading frames on top of the scatter plots or whether this has to be done manually with an illustrator.

    Thanks!
    Exo

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    Have you tried the ggbio package? http://www.tengfei.name/ggbio/ -- see also the gallery there, or do a google image search with 'ggbio' to look for example plots.
    Wolfgang Huber
    EMBL

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      That looks like an interesting package!
      Thank you!

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