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\name{topSeqsPlot}
\alias{topSeqsPlot}
\title{Cumulative frequency bar plot of top sequences}
\usage{
topSeqsPlot(list, top = 10)
}
\arguments{
\item{list}{A list data frames imported using the LymphoSeq function readImmunoSeq 
or productiveSeq.}

\item{top}{The number of top sequences to be colored in the bar plot.  All 
other, less frequent sequences are colored violet.}
}
\value{
Returns a cumulative frequency bar plot of the top sequences.
}
\description{
Create a cumulative frequency bar plot of a specified number of top 
sequences.
}
\details{
The plot is made using the package ggplot2 and can be reformatted
using ggplot2 functions.  See examples below.
}
\examples{
file.path <- system.file("extdata", "TCRB_sequencing", package = "LymphoSeq")

file.list <- readImmunoSeq(path = file.path)

topSeqsPlot(list = file.list, top = 10)

# Display the number of sequences at the top of bar plot and add a title
n <- as.character(lapply(file.list, nrow))

topSeqsPlot(list = file.list, top = 10) + 
   ggplot2::annotate("text", x = 1:length(file.list), y = 105, label = n, color = "black") +
   ggplot2::expand_limits(y = c(0, 110)) + ggplot2::ggtitle("Figure Title") + 
   ggplot2::scale_x_discrete(limits = names(file.list))
}
\seealso{
An excellent resource for examples on how to reformat a ggplot can 
be found in the R Graphics Cookbook online (\url{http://www.cookbook-r.com/Graphs/}).
}