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Answer: A: WGCNA - module membership via max kME?
... Thank you for your responses! I will only use the original module assignments for my thesis and the associated kME-values for those modules.  Why is it that nearly 90% of the 25,600 genes in my dataset (1,800 cells from mouse cortex) could not be assigned to any module? The dataset is very deeply se ...
written 8 months ago by ly.leifels0
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WGCNA - module membership via max kME?
... Hello, I am working with a scRNA-seq dataset and I want to analyse module memberships for low abundance genes via WGCNA generated gene co-expression networks. I found that the module-color assignments from BlockWiseModules() are different from the module it would be assigned to looking only at the ...
wgcna modules written 9 months ago by ly.leifels0 • updated 8 months ago by Peter Langfelder1.5k
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Answer: A: WGCNA - module membership preservation for low count genes
... Thank you for your answer! Of course I am trying to figure out a solution for myself but I am not sure whether some of my ideas make biologically or statistically sense. Thank you for your advice! :) ...
written 11 months ago by ly.leifels0
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WGCNA - module membership preservation for low count genes
... I have a sample dataset derived from single cell RNA Sequencing with 1800 samples. Some genes have only few counts. Using WGCNA I can compute modules and even define the module membership for each gene for each module. I want to find the number of counts for which a gene would be safely clustered in ...
wgcna written 11 months ago by ly.leifels0

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