## User: Alejandro Reyes

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... You can avoid this behavior by setting the flag -r=no in the script dexseq_prepare_annotation.py. With this parameter, these tiny regions that overlap with two different genes are ignored and the genes are not smooshed together. ...
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... Thanks for reporting this. Do you have a reproducible example with data that I could use to debug? ...
written 10 days ago by Alejandro Reyes1.7k
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... Hi @acciardo, I think your formulae are not well set up. If you want to add **Library.kit** and **IndSample** as blocking factors, your formulae should look like this:  formulaFullModel = ~ sample + exon + IndSample:exon + Library.kit:exon + Group:exon formulaReducedModel = ~ sample + exo ...
written 3 months ago by Alejandro Reyes1.7k
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... Hi justinkablan225, If you want to subset the data for those exons that are significant according to DEXSeq, you can subset as you would subset any data frame:  data(pasillaDEXSeqDataSet, package="pasilla") dxr <- DEXSeq( dxd ) dxr[which( dxr\$padj < 0.1 ),]  Alejandro ...
written 6 months ago by Alejandro Reyes1.7k
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Comment: C: DEXSeq dispersion outlier
... About points 1 and 2, since you have many covariates (rin, ageyears, sex, cohort, oligodendrocytes), it will be hard to distinguish how each of these contribute to the individual counts. It is also hard to say that there is nothing. What happens if you remove all those covariates and just test the c ...
written 7 months ago by Alejandro Reyes1.7k
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... You need two matrices, countData and alternativeCountData: Let's say that for a gene you have 5 junctions for a gene and 4 samples, countData would look like this  1 0 2 3 2 0 1 0 0 9 4 2 2 2 3 3 2 0 1 0  alternativeCountData should look like this:  20 30 10 20 20 30 10 20 20 30 10 ...
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... **Under null model, what is the hypothesis? Is it that exon/counting bin counts does not depend on condition?** Yes, exactly. **What does alternate hypothesis mean here?** That the counts for an exon are dependent on the condition. **I do not understand this part and if possible can you expl ...
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Answer: C: DEXSeq dispersion outlier
... Hi Fiona, Thanks for your detail report! It is interesting what you are describing. For these points that with extreme values, have you tried plotting the (log) counts per transcript for those genes in each sample? A possible explanation for this is that of the estimation of log2fold changes fro ...
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... Sure. If you remove these exons from the object, they won't appear on these plots. However, as Mike mentioned, you could filter genes that are lowly expressed. If a gene is not expressed to begin with, it is not worth testing this gene for differential exon usage. Statistically, you won't have pow ...
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... Sure. If you remove these exons from the object, they won't appear on these plots. However, as Mike mentioned, you could filter genes that are lowly expressed. If a gene is not expressed to begin with, it is not worth testing this gene for differential exon usage. Statistically, you won't have pow ...
written 7 months ago by Alejandro Reyes1.7k

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