save_pdf() takes as input a Heatmap from ComplexHeatmap and save it to PDF file

save_pdf(
  .heatmap,
  filename,
  width = NULL,
  height = NULL,
  units = c("in", "cm", "mm")
)

Arguments

.heatmap

A `Heatmap`

filename

A character string. The name of the output file/path

width

A `double`. Plot width

height

A `double`. Plot height

units

A character string. units ("in", "cm", or "mm")

Value

NA

Details

Maturing lifecycle

It simply save an `Heatmap` to a PDF file use pdf() function in the back end

Examples

library(dplyr) tidyHeatmap::heatmap( dplyr::group_by(tidyHeatmap::pasilla, location, type), .column = sample, .row = symbol, .value = `count normalised adjusted`, ) %>% save_pdf(tempfile())
#> tidyHeatmap says: saving 7 x 7 in image