Enrichment results may contains terms that are very general (less informative) and we do not want to use them. In this release, we provide dropGO function that can be used to drop selected GO terms or specific level of GO terms. It can be applied to output from both enrichGO and compareCluster. This is a feature request from @ahorvath.
Another feature request is to visualize GO enrichment result with GO topology. I implement plotGOgraph function by extending topGO to support output of both enrichGO or gseGO.
merge_result function was implemented for merging enrichment results and then the results can be visualized simultaneously for comparison. This function was developed for comparing functional enrichment of GTEx paper. An example of comparing results from clusterProfiler and DAVID can be found in github.
A section ‘Functional analysis of NGS data’ was added in the vignette. The blog post illustrated using enricher and GSEA function to analyze user defined annotation.
Network of Cancer Genes data was updated to version 4.9.0, contributed by @dalloliogm.
With new release of ChIPseeker, DOSE can be applied to NGS data.
Several bugs were removed and small improvement were incorporated.
Now fly (Drosophila melanogaster) is supported.
viewPathway supports other organisms, which was contributed by @vladpetyuk.
Import dotplot from DOSE and add ‘Pathway analysis of NGS data’ section in vignette.
upsetplot function is implemented for viewing overlap of ChIP annotation.
Better implementation of internal function getFirstHitIndex contributed by @hpages. Now annotating a BED file of size about 1GB only take several minutes.
An issue of BED file that using the 0-based coordinate system was fixed.
GEO data information was updated, now ChIPseeker contains more than 18,000 BED file information. User can compare their own data with those deposited in GEO to identify co-occurrence binding proteins that maybe cooperated with the one we are interested in.
My major focus in the past half year is on developing ggtree. ggtree has a lot of changes. Some of the updates can be found in Bioconductor Newsletter (Oct. 2015). In addition, I would like to emphasize the subview function which works fine with all the ggplot objects and was applied to plot pie graph on a map.
There are many updates that based on the github version of ggplot2. Since the new features of ggplot2 are currently not available in CRAN. I do not commit the change to Bioconductor and will introduce these new feature to ggtree user when new version of ggplot2 is available in CRAN.