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Question: diffHiC with no biological replicates?
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7 months ago by
hwick110
hwick110 wrote:

Is it possible, and is it statistically sound, to use diffHiC for differential HiC analysis when no biological replicates are available? I know edgeR lists a few options for calculating dispersion with biological replicates, but none of them seemed to good options. We can calculate dispersion for no bio reps with DESeq as well. But I'm less certain about whether it is possible (or statistically sound) to create the "fit" object from non-replicate data which diffHiC relies upon for the rest of the analysis (Ch. 6 onward). Has anyone tried this or know whether this is possible?

ADD COMMENTlink modified 7 months ago by Aaron Lun17k • written 7 months ago by hwick110
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7 months ago by
Aaron Lun17k
Cambridge, United Kingdom
Aaron Lun17k wrote:

It's as possible and as sound as RNA-seq data analysis without replicates - that is, not very. All of the comments in the edgeR user's guide pertaining to lack of replicates are similarly applicable to diffHic.

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