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Comment: DiffBind is losing peaks by Rory Stark ♦ 3.4k
This makes sense. MAPQ of 3 indicates a multi-mapped read -- there is not a unique alignment. This may be a repeat region which is why is h…
Answer: Interaction with DESeq2 via DiffBind by Rory Stark ♦ 3.4k
You can relevel the metadata using the `reorderMeta` parameter to `dba.contrast()`. You can just set the reference level or all the levels …
Comment: Normalization in DiffBind for Atac-seq by Debayan • 0
Hi Rory, Thank you very much for your insights.
Answer: Normalization in DiffBind for Atac-seq by Rory Stark ♦ 3.4k
Interesting questions! I'll start with the last question: > Also, if in a situation where I do no expect widespread changes of chroma…
Answer: DESeq2 with many outliers by Michael Love 31k
With thousands of genes with an outlier, have you taken a look at some of these with `plotCounts`? You can also see whether it is a single …
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