Question: Indentify DESeq2 is take too long
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6 weeks ago by
lucianalpt0
lucianalpt0 wrote:

Hello,

I'm running "identify" function as idx <- identify(resLFC$baseMean, resLFC$log2FoldChange). I think it would be quite fast, but it's taking forever. Is it ok to run "identify" after "lfcShrink(dds, coef = "xx", method = "apeglm)" ?

Thanks, Luciana

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Answer: Indentify DESeq2 is take too long
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6 weeks ago by
Michael Love23k
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Michael Love23k wrote:

It is waiting for you to press "Esc" or some other signal to exit the point identification loop. See ?identify:

For the usual X11 device the identification process is terminated by pressing any mouse button other than the first. For the quartz device the process is terminated by pressing either the pop-up menu equivalent (usually second mouse button or Ctrl-click) or the ESC key. The identification process is terminated by clicking the second button and selecting ‘Stop’ from the menu, or from the ‘Stop’ menu on the graphics window.

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Answer: Indentify DESeq2 is take too long
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6 weeks ago by
lucianalpt0
lucianalpt0 wrote:

Thank you very much. I was pressing ESC, but I was not clicking on the plot, which seems very weird for me.

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