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Interactive Upset




choosefile *  example




1. Replace the threshold
1) Species were counted according to abundance greater than 0.01 or 0.001
2) Statistical analysis of metabolic pathways was performed according to P value less than 0.05 or 0.01


2. Secondary drawing

3. Global modification and left column modification

4. Modification of upper column


5. Node modification


6. Figure resize and download


1.Function

Statistics and display the common/unique element information among sets with an Upset graph.Table column names represent sets, row names represent elements, and count common and unique elements between columns.

2. Application

It is suitable for microbe, transcriptome, metabolome and single cell omics.For example, common and specific species among the analysis groups;Common and specific pathways/genes of significant differences among the comparison groups were analyzed.

3.Input

Input file: Tab delimited two-dimensional numerical table, such as Excel save as TXT format.

Example 1: Species abundance table

Example 2: Comparison group differential gene P value table

4.Parameter

Statistical threshold: If the value of an element in a set is greater than/less than the value of the input, the element is considered to exist in the set.
Note: The initial graph after data input shows the number of rows uniformly. Statistical analysis has not been conducted yet. Please enter "statistical threshold" and click "Redraw" for analysis.

5. Operation

1) Provide many rank types of  upper columns, such as by set size
2) Customize the display of specified columns
3) Modify color and transparency of upper column, lower point, left column
4) Whether to display Numbers
5) Modify the color of the specified column
6) Package and download the data of common and unique collections to the right of the task number

6. Figure interpretation

The horizontal column on the left represents the number of elements owned by each set, the single point in the matrix below the figure represents the count of elements unique to a set, the line between points represents the intersection of the count of connected sets, and the vertical column above represents the count of elements unique or intersected.

Results Display      (Click " task ID" to view different analysis results)