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Job: Computational 4D and single-cell expression analysis of animal development and regeneration
... A joint postdoctoral project is planned by the groups of Aissam Ikmi and Wolfgang Huber at EMBL Heidelberg to develop cutting-edge computational approaches at the intersection of developmental and regenerative biology. The goal of the project is to build an integrated ‘big-data’ based quantitative m ...
job multi-omics imaging single-cell analysis written 6 months ago by Wolfgang Huber13k
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Answer: A: IHW scale of problem
... In addition, you can randomly sample your hypotheses with various sample sizes, measure run time using e.g. *system.time* or the *microbenchmark* package, plot time against number of hypotheses, see that the relationship is linear, measure the slope, and predict the run time for your problem size. N ...
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Job: Postdoc Position in Computational Single Cell Genetics / Statistical Modeling
... # Postdoctoral Fellow in Computational Single Cell Genetics **About the team:** The research group of Wolfgang Huber at EMBL works on biological data science and mathematical/computational method development. The interdisciplinary and international team has strong collaborations with researchers i ...
job embl huber written 9 months ago by Wolfgang Huber13k
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News: Course announcement: Statistical Data Analysis for Genome Scale Biology (CSAMA) - Brixen, Italy 21-26 July 2019
... We invite you to participate in this year's edition of the summer course **Statistical Data Analysis for Genome Scale Biology** in beautiful Brixen, Italy, from 21-26 July 2019. Course programme and more info are here: https://www.huber.embl.de/csama2019 Confirmed faculty include - Vincent J. Car ...
news csama written 9 months ago by Wolfgang Huber13k
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Answer: A: VOOM vs VSN vs log2 to transform proteome data before LIMMA analysis
... A thoughtful approach to differential detection for label-free (LFQ) mass spec data is Constantin Ahlmann-Eltze's and Simon Anders' proDD. It explicitly takes into account and models the non-detections. The current state of this work is here: https://github.com/const-ae/proDD and I understand this i ...
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Comment: C: DESeq2 vst normalization: Do I have a heteroscedasticity problem and if so, what
... Marc: one thing you could do in addition to the mean-sd plots is look at MA-plots of pairs of samples: i.e., sample many pairs out of all possible pairs randomly, or look especially at replicates or very similar samples. ...
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Answer: A: stringasfactor = F changes the output of pheatmap, why?
... It's impossible to say for sure without you giving reproducible code, but expressions like this are dangerous ``` assay(vsdyear)[ immune_genes_paper$Gene_ID, ...] ``` if `Gene_ID` can either be a character vector or a factor. Namely, if `Gene_ID` is a factor, it is converted to an integer vector c ...
written 10 months ago by Wolfgang Huber13k
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Job: Staff researcher position in Machine Learning - Multimodal data analysis, dimension reduction
... Visit the EMBL Job site: https://www.embl.de/jobs/searchjobs/index.php?ref=HD01466 The research groups of Wolfgang Huber at EMBL and Oliver Stegle at DKFZ and EMBL, located in Heidelberg, work on machine learning and statistical computing solutions for cutting-edge biology and biomedicine research. ...
job factor analysis mofa written 10 months ago by Wolfgang Huber13k
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Answer: A: Array quality metrics for large sample size
... Have a look at the vignette *Advanced topics: Customizing arrayQualityMetrics reports and programmatic processing of the output of the package*. You could eliminate certain parts of the report that take a very a long time, or write code to parallelize them. ...
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Comment: C: Arrayquality metrics Warning - Warning message in maximumLevels(fac, n = length(
... The warning message you quote cannot have been generated from a recent version of `arrayQualityMetrics`, see e.g. [https://github.com/grimbough/arrayQualityMetrics/blob/master/R/makeColors.R][1]. Are you sure you are not using an older version of the package? [1]: https://github.com/grimbough/ar ...
written 10 months ago by Wolfgang Huber13k

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