Diffbind (or maybe DESeq2) Fold clarification
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slrpatty • 0
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I'm comparing knockdown ChIP (3 replicates in the green) versus control ChIP (3 replicates in the orange), but the Fold (in the grey) is much lower than I expected it to be. I know the Fold isn't just Log2FC. Could the low Fold value be caused by shrinkage adjustments due to inconsistencies between the replicates? enter image description here

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Rory Stark ★ 5.1k
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The fold changes in the DiffBind report are indeed those calculated by DESeq2 after calling DESeq2::lfcShrink(). The help page for DESeq2::lfcShrink includes a number of citations for papers that describe these calculations in more detail.

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