BarGraphDEGRE {DEGRE} R Documentation

## Create a bar plot showing the number of downregulated and upregulated genes.

### Description

Create a bar plot showing the number of downregulated and upregulated genes.

### Usage

BarGraphDEGRE(
results,
log2FC_cutoff = 1,
downregulated_color = "coral2",
upregulated_color = "cornflowerblue",
xlab = "Regulation",
ylab = "Number of genes",
font.x = 10,
font.y = 10,
font.tickslab = 10,
legend_position = "right",
legend.title = "Regulation"
)


### Arguments

 results a data.frame object. It receives the output of the DEGRE function, filtered or not, as input. log2FC_cutoff it stores the cutoff of the log2FoldChange. The default is 1. downregulated_color the bar color related to the number of downregulated genes. The default is "coral2". upregulated_color the bar color related to the number of upregulated genes. The default is "cornflowerblue". xlab the x lab text. The default is "Regulation". ylab the y lab text. The default is "Number of genes". font.x the font size of the x axis. The default is 10. font.y the font size of the y axis. The default is 10. font.tickslab the font size of the ticks lab. The default is 10. legend_position you need to specify here the position of the legend. The default is "right". legend.title the title of the legend. The default is "Regulation".

### Value

No return value, called for side effects

### Examples

# Reading a CSV file for an example:
dir <- system.file("extdata", package = "DEGRE")
# Running the BarGraphDEGRE function
BarGraphDEGRE(results = results_DEGRE_example,
log2FC_cutoff = 1,
downregulated_color = "coral2",
upregulated_color = "cornflowerblue",
xlab = "Regulation",
ylab = "Number of genes",
font.x = 10,
font.y = 10,
font.tickslab = 10,
legend_position = "right",
legend.title = "Regulation")



[Package DEGRE version 0.2.0 Index]