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Answer: A: Error in DESeq2 installation with linux env.: non zero exit status (and RcppArma
... Thank you so much it has worked: ``` sudo apt-get install libopenblas-dev ``` And then the DESeq installation is processed correctly. I still have warning issues but I can now load the DEseq2 package. I will then see if it works properly. I will try to install the requested additional packages, bu ...
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[Resolved] RcppArmadillo pckg ERRORS : non-zero exit status (and so DESeq2 also)
... I am facing problems to install the DESeq2 package on my linux laptop. I have read many posts and tried the different tips across, but none have worked so far. Here are the DESEq2 installation errors: ``` > if (!requireNamespace("BiocManager", quietly = TRUE)) + install.packages("BiocManage ...
deseq2 linux R rcpparmadillo written 9 months ago by RS10
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Comment: C: Interpretation of logFC and pvalues: LRT vs Wald tests in DESeq2
... I understand perfectly. Your response was actually very clear. I sincerely thank you for your time and I apologize if my questions are above the scope of this website. It would just help me in the understanding of this software and how to use it properly. Many thanks in advance for any further help. ...
written 10 months ago by RS10
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Comment: C: Interpretation of logFC and pvalues: LRT vs Wald tests in DESeq2
... Thank you so much for the quick reply. You have summarized and answered some of my questions. I have written the details in each case to be sure to understand well and avoid any confusion. To be sure, do you confirm that regarding each of my bullet-point questions, the response is "yes" ?     ...
written 10 months ago by RS10
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Interpretation of logFC and pvalues: LRT vs Wald tests in DESeq2
... Dear all, My questions are about the interpretation of results between LRT and Wald test. In my phenodata, there are two factors: “line” (3 levels in the following order: A, B and C) and “treatment” (2 levels: control and pollutant). The design formula is written as follows:   m3 <- DESeqDa ...
deseq2 written 10 months ago by RS10 • updated 10 months ago by Michael Love26k

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