NG-CHM Quick Builder
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You are now ready to create a heatmap using example data. Just press the "Create Heatmap" button at the bottom of the form!
Please insure that you have provided both a name for your heatmap as well as a data file in the "Clustered Heatmap Central Image" section above. If you are unsure as to how to use this form, an example data checkbox is provided at the top of the page.

Clustered Heat Map Central Image


CHM Name: Enter a name for your heat map. Names may only use alphanumerics, underscores and dashes.

Matrix Data File(s)

Each CHM must contain at least one matrix data file. Most heat maps contain just this one data matrix as the Default matrix. Additional matrix files may be added and viewed as "flick" matrices in the NG-CHM viewer.

Matrix Label Use this table to add matrix data files to the heat map. Enter the label of the matrix file here. This label will appear in the viewer as the Matrix Name. Matrix File Name Choose a file that contains a valid matrix. If you are adding an additional (flick) matrix, the matrix file should match the characteristics of the primary matrix file selected above. Add   Clear

Show Advanced Color Options >>

Select Matrix for Color Selections:


Color Scheme Type:

  Select either linear (input data) or quantile values to use for coloring the heat map.

Breakpoints:

Predefined or Custom Use either predefined breakpoints for coloring with dynamically determined thresholds of MIN, CENTER, and MAX or your own custom breakpoints with fixed values for color transitions.
Color Choose the color associated with this breakpoint in the data. Breakpoint The values for Predefined breakpoints are fixed to absolute data values. These fields cannot be changed.
Color for Missing Data

Row Ordering

Decide if you would like clustering performed on the rows of your heat map or if the submitted data order should be preserved.

Row Ordering Method:
Distance Metric:
Agglomeration Method:
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Add or Remove Row Classification Bars

Row Label Use this table to add classification bars on the left of the heat map. Enter the label of this classification bar here. File Name Choose a file that contains row classification bar data. The tab delimited file should contain two tab separated columns: row label and value. The file should not have a header line. File Type Select discrete for a fixed number of categorical classifications or continuous for a range of numerical values. Actions
Add  Delete  Clear

Column Ordering

Decide if you would like clustering performed on the columns of your heat map or if the submitted data order should be preserved.

Column Ordering Method:
Distance Metric:
Agglomeration Method:
Show Advanced Options >>

Add or Remove Column Classification Bars

Column Label Use this table to add classification bars on the top of the heat map. Enter the label of the classification bar here. File Name Choose a file that contains column classification bar data. The tab delimited file should contain two tab separated columns: column label and value. The file should not have a header line. File Type Select discrete for a fixed number of categorical classifications or continuous for a range of numerical values. Actions
Add  Delete  Clear
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