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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 10 weeks 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 3 months ago by ly.leifels0 • updated 10 weeks ago by Peter Langfelder1.3k
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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 5 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 5 months ago by ly.leifels0

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