Can we download a Heat Map or t-SNE visualisation?

I like the visualisation I can produce for my genes of interest, and would like to export that for presentation purposes, referencing the tool of course. Is this possible? And how could I go about doing this?

Currently I don’t think you can download the visualizations directly; however, the TSNE/UMAP coordinates are available from the “2D_coordinates.csv” file in the relevant data download table from our RNASEQ page. If you’re fluent in R, some of our scientists have developed a nice package for visualization of single cell RNA-seq data called scrattch.vis, which can do heatmaps, bar plots, violin plots, dot plots, etc.

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