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Comment: Removing rows (countData) from a DESeq Object by Bine • 0
Thank you I will check this documentation!
Comment: Removing rows (countData) from a DESeq Object by ATpoint • 470
> View(dds0) doesnt work Yes, that is expected. The DESeqDataSet is a container, not a specific assay itself so you first have to access t…
Comment: Removing rows (countData) from a DESeq Object by Bine • 0
Thank you very much. Sry for not explaining it clearly enough. It is great that the colData will be filtered automatically. What I want to…
Comment: Removing rows (countData) from a DESeq Object by ATpoint • 470
The DESeqDataSet is basically a SummarizedExperiment, so standard subsetting operations apply. The crux of SE is that you do not have to ma…
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Sorry to dredge up this post years later, but does this mean that there is no other modification to the raw read counts aside from the log2…
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