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Comment: Sva and batch effect
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Gordon Smyth
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(+1). I find that ComBat tends to introduce spurious differential expression so, you think there's a batch effect affecting the variances a…

Comment: Advice for the analysis of microarray data with limma
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Gordon Smyth
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You mean references on orthogonal polynomials? Polynomial approximation is a classic topic in mathematics and statistics and there are many…

Comment: Limma-voom with inverse probability weights (similar to sample weights)
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Gordon Smyth
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The potential problem isn't with empirical Bayes with the fact that the variance estimate from your method A linear model might not be mean…

Answer: Sva and batch effect
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James W. MacDonald
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You shouldn't be computing regular t-statistics to begin with. In addition, `sva` is intended to adjust for *unobserved variability*, and a…

Answer: Micro Array GEO data analysis
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James W. MacDonald
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You could try getting the RCC files and normalizing yourself, using `getGEOSuppFiles` and the `NanoStringNorm` package. Or just use NanoStr…

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