Daniel Jansen Daniel Jansen - 1 year ago 160
R Question

Heatmap.2 color gradient with an additional solid color

The heatmap I am using creates a gradient from 0.7 to 1.3 using


heatmap.2(lifespan.matrix, col=bluered, breaks=c(seq(0.7,1.3,0.01)),
Rowv = FALSE, Colv = FALSE, trace="none", main="Lifespan")

In the heatmap you can see the gradient emerge ending oftenly in a solid blue line. This happens because of zero values in the matrix at these points.

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I'd like to change this color, in the matrix noted as 0, into a different color i.e. yellow.
Could anyone help me with this problem?

Answer Source
breaks <- seq(0.7,1.3,0.01)
lifespan.matrix <- matrix(sample(c(breaks,rep(0,100)),100,replace=TRUE),nrow=10)
heatmap.2(lifespan.matrix, col=c("#FFFF00",bluered(length(breaks)-2)), breaks=breaks, Rowv = FALSE, Colv = FALSE, trace="none", main="Lifespan")

You specify the exact colors associated with the breaks.

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