User: Rob Buurstede

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Comment: C: Analysis strategy - possible to use naive control group as t=0 for two treatment
... Dear Michael, Thank you for your response. I am indeed discussing the issue with a local statistician, but I was also curious to hear if there where option within Deseq2 which I did not know about that might suit this experimental setup. Based on your advice I will stick to the pairwise compariso ...
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Analysis strategy - possible to use naive control group as t=0 for two treatment groups?
... Hi all, I'm struggling with the question of how to properly analyze the RNA-seq data I'm currently working on and your insights are very welcome. As a second question, we're interested in looking at the effect of treatment over time, so a design with time and treatment is the obvious option - with ...
deseq2 design time course basal group written 3 months ago by Rob Buurstede0 • updated 3 months ago by Michael Love25k
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DiffBind - Difficulties construction appropriate consensus set
... Hello, I am new to the field of bioinformatics and currently using your R package (DiffBind_2.6.6) for the analysis of my ATAC-seq data to identify differences in chromatin accessibility between groups. Due to the nature of the project I want to construct a specific consensus set to use for dba.cou ...
diffbind written 9 months ago by Rob Buurstede0

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