Visualization is an essential part of exploring, analyzing, and reporting data. Visualizations are used in all chapters in this monograph and in most scientific papers. Here we review some of the recurring concepts in visualizing genomic and biological data. We discuss scatterplots to investigate the dependency between pairs of variables, heatmaps for the visualization of matrix-like data, the visualization of distance relationships between objects, and the visualization of data along genomic coordinates.


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  • W. Huber
  • X. Li
  • R. Gentleman

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