## User: nicolas.descostes

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... Adding this line to the code solved the issue:  profileMat <- RegionsMat colnames(profileMat) <- c(paste0("Point_Centre",seq(0-distanceUpStart,-1)),"Point_Centre",paste0("Point_Centre",seq(1,distanceDownEnd))) filteredRanges <- c(RangesPos,RangesNeg) -------> ****names(fi ...
written 8 months ago by nicolas.descostes20
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... Hi, I am following this tutorial: https://rockefelleruniversity.github.io/RU_ATAC_Workshop.html I tried the most recent version of soGGi but also the one of the tutorial (1.10.4). When calculating:  nucFree <- regionPlot(bamFile = sortedBAM, testRanges = TSSs, style = "point", format ...
written 8 months ago by nicolas.descostes20
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... ok it is working now. Thank you for the correction. ...
written 13 months ago by nicolas.descostes20
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... Hi, After updating to bioconductor 3.8, I have some troubles using p.vector. The command and error are: > fit <- p.vector(edgeR_cpm_matrix, design, Q = 0.05, MT.adjust = "BH", counts=TRUE, family= negative.binomial(10)); Error in negative.binomial(10) :   could not find function "negative.bi ...
written 13 months ago by nicolas.descostes20
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... you can also have a look at chipseqspike if you used spike-in controls ...
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... thanks a lot! ...
written 21 months ago by nicolas.descostes20
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... Hi, I have been following the csaw vignette and this article: https://f1000researchdata.s3.amazonaws.com/manuscripts/8237/a7de2136-b076-43a6-9376-7eec24c7d4117016-_Aaron_Lun_V2.pdf?doi=10.12688/f1000research.7016.2 For estimating the fragment length, two commands are suggested: maximizeCcf (in the ...
written 21 months ago by nicolas.descostes20
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... Dear members, I am going through an error in the function PlotGroups called itself from the function see.genes. The error says: Error: (list) object cannot be coerced to type 'double' Looking at the code, the error is coming from the first "if" condition when performing a conversion to numeric: ...
written 2.6 years ago by nicolas.descostes20

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