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(Closed) Power calculation 2 ANOVA repeated measures
... I have R version 3.3.2 in my Mac. So pwr2 library is not be installed. I would like to do power analysis of two way anova. Also want to do the same for repeated measures 2 Way ANOVA. Please could you help me with the appropriate package or function in R. Many thanks in advance.    ...
R written 8 weeks ago by tg36940
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Answer: A: Agilent description of headers
... You should use gBGSubSignal i.e. the background subtracted signal intensity.  Also if a probe is detected (above background) then gIsWellAboveBG should be greater than zero.   ...
written 4 months ago by tg36940
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co-evolution analysis for RNA
... I want to analyse co-evolution of a non-coding RNA with a protein coding RNA. Please anyone can advice me how to proceed? R-package and literature? Many thanks in advance for consideration.      ...
genetics written 4 months ago by tg36940
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Answer: A: Identify up and down regulated genes in affymetrix data
... I generally draw a volcano plot to see where I can put threshold for adjusted pvalue and logFC. I most cases I use padj<0.05 and logFC>=0.58 (i.e. 1.5 fold up) or logFC<=-0.58 (i.e. 1.5 fold down) to identify differentially expressed genes. However, where you can put threshold to the logFC ...
written 14 months ago by tg36940
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Answer: A: Sparsity plot and how that indicates a model fit to negative binomial distributi
... thank you Michael for this helpful explanation. ...
written 14 months ago by tg36940
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Sparsity plot and how that indicates a model fit to negative binomial distribution
... I learn from DESeq2 that sparsity plot can provide insight regarding a data fit to negative binomial.  Running my RNA seq data (3 controls and 3 tests) in DESeq2 and then generating sparsity plot using plotSparsity(), I got a graph (https://www.dropbox.com/sh/bj12eelleqzehzx/AAD8MHoNIRhueXTdWyyl_c ...
deseq2 written 14 months ago by tg36940

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