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Comment: biomaRt "longer object length is not a multiple of shorter object length" by Linda • 0
Thank you for spotting those typos in my code, James. I have amended my code above (I am getting the same error even with these typos fixed…
Comment: Pathway visualization with pathview doesn't color some genes which in fact appea by James W. MacDonald 55k
You need to provide a self-contained example that other people can run. You could for example provide the output from running `dput` on you…
Answer: biomaRt "longer object length is not a multiple of shorter object length" by James W. MacDonald 55k
The `rownames` of your count data are 1:N, so you should have no expectation that any Ensembl Gene ID should match. Also what is `seqdata`?…
Comment: How to retrieve genomic coordinates for a list of entrezID and their respective by James W. MacDonald 55k
And do note that the names of the `GRangesList` you get from `cdsBy` are the NCBI Gene IDs (what you are calling EntrezGene IDs). So you co…
Answer: How to retrieve genomic coordinates for a list of entrezID and their respective by James W. MacDonald 55k
The TSS is the first base of the transcript, and genes can have multiple transcripts. And the NCBI Gene ID pertains to genes, not transcrip…
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