joyplot for GSEA result

August 20, 2017
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I am very glad to find that someone figure out how to use ggjoy with ggtree.

I really love ggjoy and believe it can be a good tool to visualize gene set enrichment (GSEA) result. DOSE/clusterProfiler support several visualization methods.

running score:

enrichment map:

category-gene-network:

dotplot:


These visualization methods are designed for visualizing/summarizing enrichment results and none of them can incoporate expression values.

In DOSE v>=3.3.2, I defined a joyplot function, which can visualize GSEA result with expression distribution of the enriched categories.

Here is an example:

require(clusterProfiler)
data(geneList)
x <- gseKEGG(geneList)
joyplot(x)

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