Understanding Differentially Abundant Neighbourhood Identification
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Dario Strbenac ★ 1.5k
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Using the results published in A Single-cell Atlas Enables Mapping of Homeostatic Cellular Shifts in the Adult Human Breast, Figure 3, Nature Genetics, which is neighbourhood group A always differentially abundance buy group N never is? Both groups consist of cells originating from only one sample, so I would expect the spurious result to happen for both.

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The colouring by sample is available from CELLxGENE.

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