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 Originally, Mountain plot was used to analyze genome-wide variations of copy numbers. Due to the wonderful visualizing effect, we provide Mountain plot for mRNA expression and methylation values. Originally, Mountain plot was used to analyze genome-wide variations of copy numbers. Due to the wonderful visualizing effect, we provide Mountain plot for mRNA expression and methylation values.
  
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 Because it is used to visualize the variations of copy numbers or other data types, the values of corresponding non-malignant samples are plotted in default if they are available for the given cancer types. When more than one cancer types are specified, all available non-malignant samples of all these cancer types will be combined in one group which means only one spot for each gene in all non-malignant samples from different specified cancer types. Because it is used to visualize the variations of copy numbers or other data types, the values of corresponding non-malignant samples are plotted in default if they are available for the given cancer types. When more than one cancer types are specified, all available non-malignant samples of all these cancer types will be combined in one group which means only one spot for each gene in all non-malignant samples from different specified cancer types.
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