This function is a wrapper around ggplot geom_point to allow for plotting one-to-one sample comparisons in ArchR.
ggOneToOne( x = NULL, y = NULL, size = 2, alpha = 1, xlabel = "x", ylabel = "y", title = "Correlation", min = 0.05, max = 0.9999, nPlot = 100 * 10^3, nKernel = 100, densityMax = 0.95, extend = 0.05, baseSize = 6, rastr = TRUE, pal = paletteContinuous(set = "blueYellow"), ... )
A numeric vector containing the x-axis values for each point.
A numeric vector containing the y-axis values for each point.
The numeric size of the points to plot.
A number indicating the transparency to use for each point. See
The label to plot for the x-axis.
The label to plot for the y-axis.
The title of the plot.
The lower limit of the x and y axes as a numeric quantile between 0 and 1.
The upper limit of the x and y axes as a numeric quantile between 0 and 1.
The number of points to plot. When this value is less than the total points, the
The number of grid points in each direction to use when computing the kernel with
The quantile that should be represented by the maximum color on the continuous scale designated by
A numeric value indicating the fraction to extend the x-axis and y-axis beyond the maximum value on either axis. For example, 0.05 will extend the x-axis and y-axis by 5 percent on each end beyond
The base font size (in points) to use in the plot.
A boolean value that indicates whether the plot should be rasterized. This does not rasterize lines and labels, just the internal portions of the plot.
A custom palette from
Additional params to be supplied to ggPoint