## User: fansili2013

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... Thanks a lot, Aaron. I think I need to go to a library and study my linear regression textbook again.
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... why is it tagged with limma?
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... Thank you Aaron. If I understand this correctly, the model X is not the mixed effect model?
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... Thank you! I got it.
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... Hi Ryan,
Thanks for your help! Maybe my question was not very clear. I am looking for correct way of retrieving the ordinary t of paired t test from limma. So I think it shouldn't related to the variance equality, which only independent t test cares. (It is good to know that the limma assumes equal ...

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... Hi,
I am comparing two paired groups. Should I follow 9.4.1 paired samples in the user guide or 9.7 in the user guide? [I know 9.7 is for mixed of independent and dependent factors. But two paired group is a special case of 0 independent and 1 dependent factor, so 9.7 should be right also for two p ...

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... Hi Gordon, what if a covariate (which I think including confounders) is repeated measure?
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... I am trying to use the R packages, pathview.
Code:
set.seed(10)
sim.cpd.data=sim.mol.data(mol.type="cpd", nmol=3000)
sim.cpd.data2 = matrix(sample(sim.cpd.data, 18000, replace = T), ncol = 6)
rownames(sim.cpd.data2) = names(sim.cpd.data)
colnames(sim.cpd.data2) = paste("exp", 1:6, sep = "")
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