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tlgolan • 0
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Hi,

Did anyone succeed to run the function getZscore while using local fit? 

If so, please share.

 

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felix.klein ▴ 150
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Hello, you need to use the parametric fit otherwise the getZScore function will not work because the estimated parameters are required. Best regards, Felix
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Hi Felix,

Thanks for your quick answer.

I tried to use parametric fit, but a local fit was automatically substituted it.

How can I 'force' parametric fit to my data?

Thanks,

Tal 

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Hi Tal, this procedure is done automatically by DESeq2, so you cannot force the parametric fit. You can try to change the minCount = 40 threshold in the getZScores function so that the noisier part of the data is removed. Best regards, Felix
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Hi Felix,

When I chose minCount=372, I got a parametric fit. The problem is that this threshold left me with ~480 fragments only. I believe that this is a very low number of fragments. Is it enough to go on with the analysis?

Thanks again,

Tal 

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Hi Tal, this might indeed be to few fragments for the analysis. Did you have a look at the raw counts and how they are distributed? Also check the correlation plots with the different thresholds (after getZScores). How do they look? Best regards, Felix On 07/10/2016 03:03 PM, tlgolan [bioc] wrote: > Activity on a post you are following on support.bioconductor.org > <https: support.bioconductor.org=""> > > User tlgolan <https: support.bioconductor.org="" u="" 10804=""/> wrote > Comment: local fit and FourCseq > <https: support.bioconductor.org="" p="" 84617="" #84878="">: > > Hi Felix, > > When I chose minCount=372, I got a parametric fit. The problem is that > this threshold left me with ~480 fragments only. I believe that this > is a very low number of fragments. Is it enough to go on with the > analysis? > > Thanks again, > > Tal > > ------------------------------------------------------------------------ > > Post tags: local fit, fourcseq > > You may reply via email or visit > C: local fit and FourCseq >
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