Similarly to the statistics produced by plotGeneralGraphStats, summaries regarding the vertex degrees and the most important vertices per community are generated. Note that the communities need to first be calculated using the calculateCommunitiesStats function

plotCommunitiesStats(
  GRN,
  outputFolder = NULL,
  basenameOutput = NULL,
  selection = "byRank",
  communities = seq_len(5),
  topnGenes = 20,
  topnTFs = 20,
  plotAsPDF = TRUE,
  pdf_width = 12,
  pdf_height = 12,
  pages = NULL,
  forceRerun = FALSE
)

Arguments

GRN

Object of class GRN

outputFolder

Character or NULL. Default NULL. If set to NULL, the default output folder as specified when initiating the object in initializeGRN will be used. Otherwise, all output from this function will be put into the specified folder. If a folder is provided, while we recommend specifying an absolute path, a relative one also works.

basenameOutput

NULL or character. Default NULL. Basename of the output files that are produced. If set to NULL, a default basename is chosen. If a custom basename is specified, all output files will have the chosen basename as file prefix, be careful with not overwriting already existing files (if forceRerun is set to TRUE)

selection

Character. Default "byRank". One of: "byRank", "byLabel". Specify whether the communities will be selected based on their rank or explicitly by their label. Note that the label is independent of the rank. When set to "byRank", the largest community (with most vertices) always has a rank of 1.

communities

NULL or numeric vector or character vector. Default NULL. If set to NULL, all community enrichments that have been calculated before are plotted. If a numeric vector is specified (when selection = "byRank"), the rank of the communities is specified. For example, communities = c(1,4) then denotes the first and fourth largest community. If a character vector is specified (when selection = "byLabel"), the name of the communities is specified instead. For example, communities = c("1","4") then denotes the communities with the names "1" and "4", which may or may not be the largest and fourth largest communities among all.

topnGenes

Integer > 0. Default 20. Number of genes to plot, sorted by their rank or label.

topnTFs

Integer > 0. Default 20. Number of TFs to plot, sorted by their rank or label.

plotAsPDF

TRUE or FALSE. Default TRUE.Should the plots be printed to a PDF file? If set to TRUE, a PDF file is generated, the name of which depends on the value of basenameOutput. If set to FALSE, all plots are printed to the currently active device. Note that most functions print more than one plot, which means you may only see the last plot depending on your active graphics device.

pdf_width

Number>0. Default 12. Width of the PDF, in cm.

pdf_height

Number >0. Default 12. Height of the PDF, in cm.

pages

Integer vector or NULL. Default NULL. Page number(s) to plot. Can be used to plot only specific pages to a PDF or the currently active graphics device.

forceRerun

TRUE or FALSE. Default FALSE. Force execution, even if the GRN object already contains the result. Overwrites the old results.

Value

The same GRN object, without modifications.

Examples

# See the Workflow vignette on the GRaNIE website for examples
GRN = loadExampleObject()
#> Downloading GRaNIE example object from https://git.embl.de/grp-zaugg/GRaNIE/-/raw/master/data/GRN.rds
#> INFO [2024-06-03 19:59:09] Storing GRN@data$RNA$counts matrix as sparse matrix because fraction of 0s is > 0.1 (0.44)
#> Finished successfully. You may explore the example object. Start by typing the object name to the console to see a summaty. Happy GRaNIE'ing!
GRN = plotCommunitiesStats(GRN, plotAsPDF = FALSE, pages = 1)
#> INFO [2024-06-03 19:59:09] Plotting directly

#> INFO [2024-06-03 19:59:10]  Finished successfully. Execution time: 1.7 secs