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Please read through the ComplexHeatmap manual, especially the section on row and column orders: https://jokergoo.github.io/ComplexHeatmap-reference/book/a-single-heatmap.html#get-orders-and-dendrograms-from-heatmap You can use row_order and column_order following a draw() (which you can nest between a pdf(null) and dev.off() to disable drawing it on any ...


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I've used some dummy data for simplicity. It's fairly easy to do this with ggplot, but you have to format your matrix-like data for ggplot input. eg : # make data set.seed(1) ngenes <- 20 nsamps <- 10 my_dat <- matrix(rnorm(ngenes*nsamps), ncol = nsamps, nrow = ngenes) colnames(my_dat) <- paste("samp", seq_len(nsamps)) rownames(my_dat) <- ...


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What is fed into ComplexHeatmap is what it outputs! So if one of your genes has a Missense_Mutation as well as a Frame_Shift_Del and you would like to plot its value, of course you will have a category and color that is different than those of Missense_Mutation or Frame_Shift_Del, that is only natural. What you can do is to create additional variables like ...


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