Annotate gene name and symbol based on uniprot ids. It will take the column from your data.frame specified by the columnid argument, search for the gene symbol, name, and entrez based on the species (species argument) and merge the information back to the input data.frame

artmsAnnotationUniprot(x, columnid, species, verbose = TRUE)

Arguments

x

(data.frame) to be annotated (or file path and name)

columnid

(char) The column with the uniprotkb ids

species

(char) The species name. Check ?artmsMapUniprot2Entrez to find out more about supported species.

verbose

(logical) TRUE (default) shows function messages

Value

(data.frame) with two new columns: Gene and Protein.name

Examples

# This example adds annotations to the evidence file available in # artMS, based on the column 'Proteins'. evidence_anno <- artmsAnnotationUniprot(x = artms_data_ph_evidence, columnid = 'Proteins', species = 'human')