circos.trackText {circlize}R Documentation

Draw text in cells among the whole track

Description

Draw text in cells among the whole track

Usage

circos.trackText(
    sectors,
    x, y,
    labels,
    track.index = get.current.track.index(),
    direction = NULL,
    facing = c("inside", "outside", "reverse.clockwise", "clockwise",
    "downward", "bending", "bending.inside", "bending.outside"),
    niceFacing = FALSE,
    adj = par("adj"),
    cex = 1,
    col = par("col"),
    font = par("font"),
    factors = sectors)

Arguments

sectors

A factor or a character vector which represents the categories of data

factors

The same as sectors. It will be removed in future versions.

x

Data points on x-axis

y

Data points on y-axis

labels

Labels

track.index

Index for the track

direction

deprecated, use facing instead.

facing

Facing of text

niceFacing

Should the facing of text be adjusted to fit human eyes?

adj

Adjustment for text

cex

Font size

col

Font color

font

Font style

Details

The function adds texts in multiple cells by first splitting data into several parts in which each part corresponds to one factor (sector index) and then add texts in cells by calling circos.text.

This function can be replaced by a for loop containing circos.text.

Examples

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[Package circlize version 0.4.13 Index]