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Comment: A: DESeq2 analysis for low RNA input
... How about variance-mean dependence for low-reads sample? Does it still hold? ...
written 12 weeks ago by capricygcapricyg0
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Comment: C: DESeq2 analysis for low RNA input
... Condition B, we had 0.8-2 millions and condition A, only 0.04-0.15 million. The numbers of the detected genes for condition B was about 5000 (human genome) and for A about 1500... ...
written 12 weeks ago by capricygcapricyg0
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DESeq2 analysis for low RNA input
... Hello, there, Our cells were treated in two tough conditions (A and B), and as a result, numbers of the survival cells were pretty low, particularly for condition A. The total mapped reads for condition A was about 10% of that for condition B. I wonder if I can still run DESeq2 for differential an ...
deseq2 written 12 weeks ago by capricygcapricyg0
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Comment: C: cross-array comparison using limma fitted values
... Thank you very much for your reply! We have done meta-analysis as you mentioned. But, we are still interested in comparing mouse and human at condition A since we actually would like to know if mouse is reasonable model for human... Regarding the batch effect, may I do "normalizedBetweenArrays" us ...
written 4 months ago by capricygcapricyg0
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cross-array comparison using limma fitted values
... Hello there, My mouse array data and human array data were derived from the same two conditions, condition A and condition B. I fitted two array data individually using limma and the fitted expression values were obtained using the as.matrix(y). Now my question is: may I directly compare the mouse ...
limma written 4 months ago by capricygcapricyg0 • updated 4 months ago by Aaron Lun25k
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Number of profiles in JASPAR2018
... Hello, there, I would like to get all the mouse transcription factors from Jasper using this package and some how found it only has 119 records. ``` > library(JASPAR2018) > opts=list(species=10090) > library(TFBSTools) > jaspar_data=getMatrixSet(JASPAR2018,opts) > length(jaspar_data ...
jaspar2018 written 4 months ago by capricygcapricyg0
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Comment: C: output of the function "makeCountsFromAbundance"
... Thank you very much! ...
written 5 months ago by capricygcapricyg0
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output of the function "makeCountsFromAbundance"
... Hello, there, I am testing the function "makeCountsFromAbundance" using the following data (numbers derived from Salmon output): ``` > count a b c d A 27 50 67 36 B 0 0 0 0 > length a b c d A 310.08 395.79 504.53 342.48 B 1026.00 1008.00 1009.00 1021.0 ...
tximport written 5 months ago by capricygcapricyg0 • updated 5 months ago by James W. MacDonald51k
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(Closed) output of the function "makeCountsFromAbundance"
... Hello, there, I am testing the function "makeCountsFromAbundance" using the following data (numbers derived from Salmon output): > count a b c d A 27 50 67 36 B 0 0 0 0 > length a b c d A 310.08 395.79 504.53 342.48 B 1026.00 1008.00 1009.00 1021.00 > ...
tximport written 5 months ago by capricygcapricyg0
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Comment: C: salmon output for DESeq2 analysis
... Hi, James, As you mentioned that we don't know what the base truth is, whenever the outputs are different, I just would like to know if anyone has ever tested which one makes more sense... C. ...
written 10 months ago by capricygcapricyg0

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