Re: [Rd] Row labels are skewed in 'heatmap' (PR#7358)

From: <ligges_at_statistik.uni-dortmund.de>
Date: Fri 12 Nov 2004 - 00:51:18 EST


pfh@cbs.dtu.dk wrote:
> Full_Name: Peter Fischer Hallin
> Version: Version 1.8.1
> OS: Irix64
> Submission from: (NULL) (130.225.67.236)
>
>
> I've made a script look like this:
> exp <- read.table("graph/1933672048.cluster.data")
> exp <- as.matrix(exp)
> postscript("graph/1933672048.cluster.data.ps")
> heatmap(exp,scale="none",cexCol=0.4,cexRow=0.2,col=custom,margins=c(5,5))
>
> The row labels on the output PostScript file are skewed vertically downwards -
> in fact more than the height of 2 rows! I have roughly 200 rows and 4 columns in
> my dataset. It is therefor very difficult to see which label goes to which row

Please read how to report bugs. In particular, please don't report bugs of outdated R versions!

I guess the bug has been fixed by a couple of changes how text in margins is drawn. Please try R-2.0.1 beta and tell us whether the bug is still persistent. In that case, please provide a simple reproducible example (we cannot reproduce the example above!).

Uwe Ligges



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