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NAME draw-heatmap VERSION $program_version DESCRIPTION Draw a heatmap from a table AUTHORS Sylvain Brohee
With the help of Morgane Thomas-Chollier for Chaos representation CATEGORY util USAGE draw-heatmap [-i inputfile] -o outputfile [-v #] [-chaos] [...] -out_format [png|jpeg] INPUT FORMAT A tab delimited table. It may contain a header (starting with a '#' symbol). The cells nlt containing real values will not be taken into account. OUTPUT FORMAT A heatmap in the specified format. OPTIONS -v # Level of verbosity (detail in the warning messages during execution) -h Display full help message -help Same as -h -i inputfile Input file name. This option is mandatory. -o outputfile Name of the output file. This option is mandatory. -html html_map_file If a HTML map file is defined, draw-heatmap then produces a HTML file that loads the HEATMAP. Moreover, each of the cell is defined so that when the mouse is over in a web browser, the user get the name of row, of the column and the value of the cell. For CHAOS game representation, the word corresponding to the cell and its associated value are given. -rownames Use this option if the first column contain the row names. -no_text Using this option, the values are not written in the cells of the heatmap. -out_format output_format Output format. Supported: png,jpeg -gradient Color of the intensity gradient of the heatmap. Default is grey. Supported : green, blue, red, fire, grey. -col_width # Width of the columns (in pixel). If the row height is to small, the label of the heatmap will not be indicated. (Default : 50 px) -row_height # Height of the rows (in pixel). If the row height is to small, the label of the heatmap will not be indicated. (Default : 30 px) -min # Minimal value of the heatmap. By default, this value is the minimal value of the input file. If the specified value is larger than the minimal value of the heatmap, then the minimal value of the heatmap will be used as minimal value. -max # Maximal value of the heatmap. By default, this value is the maximal value of the input file. If the specified value is smaller than the maximal value of the heatmap, then the maximal value of the heatmap will be used as maximal value. -lines Add black vertical and horizontal separations lines between the cells of the heatmap