Note: input data format must match the example on the right, tab-seperated
1, data from excel, copy and paste data into the input frame
2, data from txt, must tab-seperated, copy and paste data into the input frame

input data:

Figure size
figure width:
figure height:

Fontsize and ticks
GO term:
legend fontsize:
Y label fontsize:
X label fontsize:
Y max:
Y step:

Label number on top of bar
NO label Label
Decimal Places
0 1 2
label number fontsize:

Colors (aplicable to bars, terms, lines)
BP color:
CC color:
MF color:

bar width:

GO term rotaion degree:
As the degree change with figure size, minor-adjust to keep terms parallel with lines

most left location:
Change with the above rotation degreen, to keep terms parallel with lines

Distance of X labels with horizontal line:

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GO term BP, CC, MF three in one bar plot

Put GO terms (BP, CC, MF) into one bar plot, and surround terms with frame lines. You may use our GO/Pathway Enrichment Analysis or metascape to get GO enrichment results, and then plot this figure.
Input data instructions
Input data contain three columns: the first column is GO term, the second column is category (MUST be one of Biological process, Cellular component, Molecular function, and order is: Biological process on the top, Cellular component in the middle, and Molecular function at the bottom. The third column is positive values (enrichment, -log10(p-value), -log10(FDR), ...).
Examples from papers
Spatiotemporal Transcriptome Analysis Provides Insights into Bicolor Tepal Development in Lilium "Tiny Padhye" Fig 2A.

Input Examples

1) How to plot?
1, Prepare data
2, Open with excel, and change into the same format as the example
3, Copy and paste data into the input frame
4, Select parameters
5, Submit and download figure files

2) Why NO figure generated?
Script need strigent input format, please read the instructions and examples carefully.

3) How to cite?
162 papers cited us (Google Scholoar). You can cite the original package, or using the following format:
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