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Zuguang Gu authored on 20/09/2018 12:48:08
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 1 1 deleted file mode 100755 ... ... @@ -1,32 +0,0 @@ 1 -\name{selectArea} 2 -\alias{selectArea} 3 -\title{ 4 -Select an area in the heatmap 5 -} 6 -\description{ 7 -Select an area in the heatmap 8 -} 9 -\usage{ 10 -selectArea(mark = TRUE) 11 -} 12 -\arguments{ 13 - 14 - \item{mark}{whether mark the selected area as a rectangle} 15 - 16 -} 17 -\details{ 18 -Users can use mouse to click two positions on the heatmap, the function 19 -will return the row index and column index for the selected region in the selected matrix. 20 - 21 -This function only works under interactive graphical environment. 22 -} 23 -\value{ 24 -A list containing row index and column index corresponding to the selected region. 25 -} 26 -\author{ 27 -Zuguang Gu  28 -} 29 -\examples{ 30 -# No example for this function 31 -NULL 32 -}

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z.gu authored on 19/03/2016 17:59:18
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 ... ... @@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ selectArea(mark = TRUE) 18 18  Users can use mouse to click two positions on the heatmap, the function 19 19  will return the row index and column index for the selected region in the selected matrix. 20 20   21 -Of cource this function only works under interactive graphical environment. 21 +This function only works under interactive graphical environment. 22 22  } 23 23  \value{ 24 24  A list containing row index and column index corresponding to the selected region.

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 ... ... @@ -7,7 +7,7 @@ Select an area in the heatmap 7 7  Select an area in the heatmap 8 8  } 9 9  \usage{ 10 -selectArea(mark = FALSE) 10 +selectArea(mark = TRUE) 11 11  } 12 12  \arguments{ 13 13 
 1 1 new file mode 100755 ... ... @@ -0,0 +1,32 @@ 1 +\name{selectArea} 2 +\alias{selectArea} 3 +\title{ 4 +Select an area in the heatmap 5 +} 6 +\description{ 7 +Select an area in the heatmap 8 +} 9 +\usage{ 10 +selectArea(mark = FALSE) 11 +} 12 +\arguments{ 13 + 14 + \item{mark}{whether mark the selected area as a rectangle} 15 + 16 +} 17 +\details{ 18 +Users can use mouse to click two positions on the heatmap, the function 19 +will return the row index and column index for the selected region in the selected matrix. 20 + 21 +Of cource this function only works under interactive graphical environment. 22 +} 23 +\value{ 24 +A list containing row index and column index corresponding to the selected region. 25 +} 26 +\author{ 27 +Zuguang Gu  28 +} 29 +\examples{ 30 +# No example for this function 31 +NULL 32 +}