Hi Michael,
Maybe color2D.matplot (plotrix). Have a look at the examples.

Jim


On Sat, Sep 17, 2016 at 4:10 AM, Michael Young <mikeyoun...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I am currently using "aheatmap" which is generating heatmaps based on
> Pearson correlation.  My data consists of RPKM values for genes from 2
> groups.  Each group has about 70 samples.
>
> Is there anyway that I can modify "aheatmap" so that it generates heat maps
> based on the actual input values (RPKM) and not Pearson correlation?  I
> want the heatmap to show high heat for higher RPKM and cold heat for lower
> RPKM.
> If not, is there a package out there that can do this?
>
> Michael
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