geom_gene_label() can be used to add a text label to genes drawn with geom_gene_arrow().

geom_gene_label(mapping = NULL, data = NULL, stat = "identity",
  position = "identity", na.rm = FALSE, show.legend = FALSE,
  inherit.aes = TRUE, padding.x = grid::unit(1, "mm"),
  padding.y = grid::unit(0.1, "lines"), align = "centre",
  min.size = 4, grow = F, reflow = F, height = grid::unit(3, "mm"),
  ...)

Arguments

mapping, data, stat, position, na.rm, show.legend, inherit.aes, ...

Standard geom arguments as for ggplot2::geom_text().

padding.x, padding.y

grid::unit() object, giving horizontal or vertical padding around the text. Defaults to 1 mm and 0.1 lines respectively.

align

Where inside the gene to place the text label. Default is 'centre'; other options are 'left' and 'right'.

min.size

Minimum font size, in points. If provided, text that would need to be shrunk below this size to fit inside the gene arrow will not be drawn. Defaults to 4 pt.

grow

If TRUE, text will be grown as well as shrunk to fill the arrow.

reflow

If TRUE, text will be reflowed (wrapped) to better fit the arrow.

height

grid::unit() object giving the maximum height of the text. Defaults to 3 mm, which is the default height of gene arrows drawn with geom_gene_arrow().

Details

geom_gene_label() uses the 'ggfittext' package to fit text to genes. All text drawing options available in ggfittext::geom_fit_text() (growing, reflowing, etc.) are also available here. For full details on how these options work, see the documentation for ggfittext::geom_fit_text().

Standard 'ggplot2' aesthetics for text are supported (see Aesthetics).

Aesthetics

  • xmin,xmax (start and end of the gene; required)

  • y (molecule; required)

  • colour

  • size

  • alpha

  • family

  • fontface

  • angle

See also

geom_gene_arrow

Examples

ggplot2::ggplot(example_genes, ggplot2::aes(xmin = start, xmax = end, y = molecule, fill = gene, label = gene)) + geom_gene_arrow() + geom_gene_label() + ggplot2::facet_wrap(~ molecule, ncol = 1, scales = "free") + theme_genes()