User: Tina Asante Boahene

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Plot Cumulative graph
... Hi All, I am hoping someone could help on how to plot a cumulative graph representing the percentage of genes and counts for the Marioni data please. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Kind Regards Tina ...
written 7.4 years ago by Tina Asante Boahene100
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Answer: A: Help with plot comparison
... Hi all, I have been analysing some RNA-seq data using the packages DEGseq, edgeR and baySeq and I was wondering if anyone could help me to be able to produce a plot to show the number of DE found using these packages at an FDR of 1%. or possibly direct me to any good source that can be used to ach ...
written 7.5 years ago by Tina Asante Boahene100
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Help with plot comparison
... Hi all, I have been analysing some RNA-seq data using the packages DEGseq, edgeR and baySeq and I was wondering if anyone could help me to be able to produce a plot to show the number of DE found using these packages at an FDR of 0.1%. or possibly direct me to any good source that can be used to ac ...
bayseq degseq written 7.5 years ago by Tina Asante Boahene100
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Help baySeq
... Hi all, This is just a quick question regarding the comparison between the classical and your Bayesian approach. In bayeseq, what FDR cutoff should I choose if I want to make a comparison with edgeR, where I for example take a 5% cutoff on the adjusted p-values? (in fact, which one did you choose ...
bayesian edger written 7.5 years ago by Tina Asante Boahene100
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DEGseq help
... Hi all, I am trying to do some analysis using the DEGseq package however I am encountering some problems. I am using the DEGseq vignette but I can not read my data in the same format. My data is in the format MA.subsetA. I am actually using the Marioni et al dataset which is mad up of the follow ...
bayseq degseq written 7.5 years ago by Tina Asante Boahene100
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Answer: A: baySeq
... Hi all, Is it possible to find the FDR of DE genes in baySeq at a set percentage. Is there a function used in the baySeq vignette to find the FDR at a set percentage. Example to find the FDR for a topCounts at say 1% within baySeq. TopCountP<-topCounts(CDPost.Poi, number = 22490, group = 2) ...
written 7.5 years ago by Tina Asante Boahene100
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FDR (False Discovery Rate)
... Hi all, Is it possible to find the FDR of DE genes in baySeq at a set percentage. Is there a function used in the baySeq vignette to find the FDR at a set percentage. Example to find the FDR for a topCounts at say 1% within baySeq. TopCountP<-topCounts(CDPost.Poi, number = 22490, group = 2) ...
bayseq degseq written 7.5 years ago by Tina Asante Boahene100
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baySeq
... Dear All, I just hoping if you would not mind help me answer these questions With regard to the plotMA I have realised that this plot was tailor to the data used my the author. However, is there a general way to approach this to incorporate with different dataset. plotMA.CD(CD, samplesA = c(1,3,6 ...
written 7.6 years ago by Tina Asante Boahene100
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Comment: C: Help With RNA-seq
... Hi all, I am still having problems with bayseq Having followed the pdf document associated with it and also tailoring it to the Marioni et al data I am using, it seems that the code has been running for over two days without any results. I am wondering this code be down to my code. I have theref ...
written 7.6 years ago by Tina Asante Boahene100
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Help With RNA-seq
... Hi all, I am conducting some analysis using the Marioni et al data. However, I am having a bit of trouble using my data to conduct the analysis based on the baySeq package. And I was wondering if you could stir me in the right direction. I have already used edgeR to find the library sizes for t ...
normalization edger bayseq written 7.6 years ago by Tina Asante Boahene100 • updated 7.6 years ago by Valerie Obenchain6.7k

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