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batch effect correction for TCGA RNAseq harmonized data
... Dear all, I plan to use TCGA RNAseq data for my analysis, since there are 2 datasets (legacy and harmonized), I am deciding which one to be used. For me, the harmonized one seems to be more standardized (please correct me if I am wrong). As we all know, batch effect is really big issue. My question ...
limma deseq2 written 18 days ago by KCLiv10 • updated 17 days ago by Michael Love26k
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How to perform a differential expression analysis from TCGA file EBPlusPlusAdjustPANCAN_IlluminaHiSeq_RNASeqV2.geneExp.tsv
... Dear, I would like to perform a differential expression analysis from TCGA data. I have found the file "EBPlusPlusAdjustPANCAN_IlluminaHiSeq_RNASeqV2.geneExp.tsv" from their publication website https://gdc.cancer.gov/about-data/publications/PanCan-CellOfOrigin . I understand that this was done usin ...
cancer limma deseq2 written 6 weeks ago by KCLiv10 • updated 6 weeks ago by svlachavas740
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Comment: C: How to find the expression values of genes matched by multiple probes in 2-chann
... Thank you for your advise. ...
written 9 months ago by KCLiv10
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How to find the expression values of genes matched by multiple probes in 2-channel microarray?
... Hello all, I am working on microarray data from GEO (GSE15919). The expression values given in the series matrix file are log2(Cy5/Cy3). I use its platform data (GPL1528) a R package "Annotationdbi" to annotate probes to be an entrez id and found that some genes are mapped by multiple probes. Is it ...
microarray annotation written 9 months ago by KCLiv10 • updated 9 months ago by Gordon Smyth39k
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Comment: C: Using limma to model gene expression changes with age
... Just corrected it. Thank you very much ...
written 16 months ago by KCLiv10
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Using limma to model gene expression changes with age
... I have been using limma to perform linear regression to find genes differentially expressed with age, also include sex in the model. Here is my model. design <- model.matrix(~0 + age + sex) My questions are: 1. I just want to make sure whether the model is make sense? 2. Does the logFC got f ...
limma linear model written 16 months ago by KCLiv10 • updated 16 months ago by Gordon Smyth39k

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