Bar plot

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This visual is a representation of the distribution of cells in the subclones in a box plot format. At least one sample and one subclone are required to display a bar plot. Clicking in the horizontal bar with the words Bar Plot displays the bar plot.


Click the TI_Settings_Icon.png icon to customize the display colors for the subclones. Change the color and click Apply. To revert back to the default colors, click Reset.


The Export button in the top-right corner allows you to export the filtered data, the selected data, summary report, bar plot, and subclones table.

Refer to this section for more information about the .zip file created when exporting filtered data or selected data.

Exporting a summary report generates a single .pdf or .html file containing information like sequencing metrics, advanced filtering, and a bar plot or fish plot for visualizing the subclones in the samples. Exporting the bar plot generates a single .png, .pdf, or .svg file. Exporting the subclones table generates a single .csv file.

Plot Controls

Group by sample displays subclones on a per-sample basis. Individual subclones are color-coded differently.

Group by subclone displays samples on a per-subclone basis. Individual samples are color-coded differently.

Show percentage displays the subclones on a fractional basis 0 – 100 %. If unchecked, subclones display on a cell-number basis.

Show labels adds labels to each subclone.

Show Samples allows the customization of which samples to display. A bar plot must contain at least one sample.

Show Subclones allows the customization of which subclones to display. A bar plot must contain at least one subclone.

Subclones Table

This table is identical to the one displayed in the Review Variants page. Please refer to that section for more detail. In the box to the left, select which subclones to display. At least one subclone is required to display a bar plot.

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