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Comment: C: Using Scran with RSEM/DEseq
... Just to confirm that the development version gives different results and makes a lot more sense! Thanks! ...
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Comment: C: Using Scran with RSEM/DEseq
... That justifies it then. I'll install the development version. Thanks for helping me getting to the bottom of this. ...
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Answer: A: Using Scran with RSEM/DEseq
... I'll do that and get back to you. Thanks! Yes, I've found them to be exactly the same, hence me thinking something is not going as expected and asking for your help to find the root cause of the problems. The rest were interface questions and are all clarified now, so thanks for that.  ...
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Answer: A: Using Scran with RSEM/DEseq
...   Thanks, Those were exactly the functions I used. The error in DESeq2 still remains, and the problem with the PCA is that it doesn't change at all, not much, not little, nothing. I will try the plot you suggest though. I didn't realise the PCA function was coming from a different package.  The e ...
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Using Scran with RSEM/DEseq
...   Hi, I have been trying to use the scran package to normalise scRNA-seq data prior to DE analysis. The data was mapped with RSEM and a matrix of estimated counts fed into scran as shown in the tutorial.  I have a couple of questions that I would like to double-check before I proceed: I have com ...
normalization edger deseq2 scran rsem written 15 months ago by a.guerra0

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