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Answer: A: Foldchange values Limma
... Thanks a lot for your attention and tips. I did your changes that you suggested and folds changes were corrects. Your support is very importante in our analises, main when used the programas for complex models. I'm very grateful! ...
written 7 days ago by susana.amaral.teixeira10
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Comment: C: Foldchange values Limma
... In my project, we performed a RNAseq of pig embryos, whose mothers were supplemented (ARG) or not with arginine (CONT) on diet. We used the follow Limma code in R: ``` samples <- read.table("25d.txt",header=T, as.is=T) #samples: #SAMPLE_ID Mother Tissue Sex Treatment #P8175-25D ...
written 24 days ago by susana.amaral.teixeira10 • updated 24 days ago by Gordon Smyth36k
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Foldchange values Limma
... Hi, everyone. I have performed my in Limma package because there are nested effect interaction (random effect) in statistical model. Looking to my results the log foldchange seems to be wrong to me. Some genes have too high or too low LogFC values such as -14997.66667 with p-adjust 0.02518022, for ...
rnaseq limma foldchange written 25 days ago by susana.amaral.teixeira10
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Comment: A: Random Effect in DESeq2
... Hi, everyone. I have performed my in Limma package as suggested because there are nested effect interaction (random effect) in statistical model. Looking to my results the log foldchange seems to be wrong to me. Some genes have too high LogFC values such as -14997.66667 with p-adjust 0.02518022, fo ...
written 25 days ago by susana.amaral.teixeira10
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Answer: A: Random Effect in DESeq2
... Thank you all for your reply. I will work on this possibility. Best regards, Susana. ...
written 4 weeks ago by susana.amaral.teixeira10
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Answer: A: Random Effect in DESeq2
... Thank you all for your reply. I will work on this possibility. Best regards, Susana. ...
written 4 weeks ago by susana.amaral.teixeira10
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Answer: A: Random Effect in DESeq2
... Thank you all for your reply. I will work on this possibility. Best regards, Susana. ...
written 4 weeks ago by susana.amaral.teixeira10
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Comment: C: Random Effect in DESeq2
... Yes, this is my data. SAMPLE_ID Mae Tissue Sexo Treatment P8175-25DA-E1M P-8175 embriao M ARG P8175-25DA-E2F P-8175 embriao F ARG P8175-25DA-E5F P-8175 embriao F ARG P8191-25DA-E1F P-8191 embriao F ARG P8191-25DA-E2F P-8191 embriao F ARG P8191-25DA-E5M P-8191 embriao M A ...
written 4 weeks ago by susana.amaral.teixeira10
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Random Effect in DESeq2
... In my project, we performed a RNAseq of pig embryos, whose mothers were supplemented or not with arginine on diet. We are trying to analyse the differential expression of this data using DESeq2 with a nested model: Y= mean + Sex + treatment + Sex by treatment interaction + mother within treatment ...
deseq2 written 4 weeks ago by susana.amaral.teixeira10 • updated 25 days ago by mitchellsroka010

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