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Comment: C: non-significant p-values from DESeq2 for some genes, visually the data looks sig
... Ok got it. The t-test gives only a marginally better p-value of 0.022. Thank you for your help! ...
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Comment: C: non-significant p-values from DESeq2 for some genes, visually the data looks sig
... Hi Michael, Most of our data has 3 biological replicates with 3 technical replicates each. Some date has up to six replicates with no technicals. The technicals are collapsed prior to normalization as per DESeq2. What do you mean by "evidence against the null"? Thanks! ...
written 7 weeks ago by RohitGarg0
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non-significant p-values from DESeq2 for some genes, visually the data looks significant
... I am getting non-significant p-values for several genes that "visually" look significant. Here is one such gene. NAME DESCRIPTION Brain_VEC_1 Brain_VEC_2 Brain_VEC_3 Brain_NVEC_1 Brain_NVEC_2 Brain_NVEC_3 ChP_VEC_1 ChP_VEC_2 ChP_VEC_3 ChP_VEC_4 ChP_VEC_5 ChP_VEC_6 ChP_NVEC_ ...
deseq2 written 7 weeks ago by RohitGarg0 • updated 7 weeks ago by Michael Love26k

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