You seem to have a p-value at the top of the second plot. Do you just
want that p-value in a different place?
My first guess would be the "annotate" argument. Say you wanted your
p-value in the middle of the plot.
# your ggplot line
p+annotate("text",x=1.5,y=0.05,label="p = 1.6x10-16")
> I have a bar plot (green colors in attach) which I made with this:
> df <- data.frame("prop" = c(7.75,70.42), "Name" = c("All Genes","RG Genes"))
> p<-ggplot(data=df, aes(x=Name, y=prop,fill=Name)) +
> geom_bar(stat="identity")+ labs(x="", y = "Proportion of cis
> EQTLs")+ scale_fill_brewer(palette="Greens") +
> theme_minimal()+theme(legend.position = "none")
> What do I need to change in my plot so that I have plot with p value
> shown on the 2nd attached figure (gray and blue)?
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