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Comment: C: What is colData? How do I make one?
... Thank you, Michael. I really appreciate your help. It sounds like for my case, I'd only have to include a second column  in my 'coldata' listing my three conditions 'tumor','culture','pdx' so that it corresponds to the samples, correct? Also, just to be sure, does it matter if these conditions are n ...
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Comment: C: What is colData? How do I make one?
... Hi Michael, Thanks for the reply. I've looked at the vignette, but its still not clear to me. It emphasizes a lot on using SummariedExperiment objects, which apparently works with colData function. However, i'm using a counts file, which i'm reading using "read.table" in R. The documentation says i ...
written 27 days ago by mjrarcher0
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Comment: C: What is colData? How do I make one?
... Hi Ryan, But i'm not using SummarizedExperiment objects. I already have a counts file, and according to the manual you can use DESeq2 with either or a few different options, but they all have that colData in common. ...
written 27 days ago by mjrarcher0
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What is colData? How do I make one?
... Hello,  First of, I just want to say I've never used DESeq2 before and I'm new to R. I've a counts.htseq file I've created with none of the mentioned tools. I simply used bash to aggregate the gene counts of each of my samples in to one file, which i've called counts.htseq. Now, i thought it would ...
deseq2 coldata written 27 days ago by mjrarcher0 • updated 24 days ago by swbarnes250

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