User: Vegard Nygaard

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Comment: C: How to operate on circular sequences with GenomicRanges?
... Hi, I am stuck again. I am using the setdiff method on a range crossing the start-end boundary and I am not able to produce correct results. It seems that setdiff discards any information on "the other" side. Here is a small example, fragmentA crosses the boundary and I try to cut it in half with ...
written 8 months ago by Vegard Nygaard110
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Comment: C: How to operate on circular sequences with GenomicRanges?
... Thanks for you help. It works now. I was not aware of the trick of setting the range-end to more than the length of my sequence. vegard.   ...
written 8 months ago by Vegard Nygaard110
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How to operate on circular sequences with GenomicRanges?
... I need to do operations on ranges from a circular sequence (chrM). My ranges sometimes spans the "end-start" gap, but I still would like to do overlap, unions and other operations on them. I hoped that GenomicRanges could do this since I found a promising "isCircular"-flag. However I am not able c ...
genomicranges mitochondria circular written 8 months ago by Vegard Nygaard110 • updated 8 months ago by Valerie Obenchain ♦♦ 6.6k
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Answer: A: Can I meaningfully interpret a PCA or MDS plot of data with surrogate variable e
... My experience is that the "after batch correction"-plots may sometimes be useful and sometimes be very misleading. It all depends on the batch/group balance, what information is used in the correction and what you are looking for. The same would apply for any other effect one tries to remove from th ...
written 13 months ago by Vegard Nygaard110
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Answer: A: getGEO error fetching data
... Hi, I suspect there are corrupt files and or bugs in the libraries.   However, I managed to import the data in R without errors by first downloading the two "matrix"-files from here: https://ftp.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/geo/series/GSE13nnn/GSE13995/matrix/ And then import from file set1 = getGEO(filen ...
written 14 months ago by Vegard Nygaard110
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Answer: A: is it possible to before and after batch effect removal from the data and see th
... Hi Amol.   I would argue that in practice it is difficult to remove the batch effect and end up with a completely batch effect free data set. A batch effect removal tool must before removal somehow estimate the batch effect. This estimate has an estimation error, and when the estimate is removed fro ...
written 2.0 years ago by Vegard Nygaard110
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Answer: A: Method for batch correction
... My colleagues and I spent considerable time looking into problems with attempting to remove the batch effect, which resulted in the article: http://biostatistics.oxfordjournals.org/content/17/1/29 I do not disagree with the other answers from Evan and Aaron. I will explain using somewhat different ...
written 2.6 years ago by Vegard Nygaard110
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Comment: C: Using of limma moderated t-test with "corrected" expression matrix resulting fr
... It seems that your experimental design takes care of the batch effect. Be aware that this is not only because it is paired, but because all your pairs are inside the same batch (which I am not sure of!). If the two samples had been in different batches, you should have included the batch in limma. ...
written 3.1 years ago by Vegard Nygaard110
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Answer: A: Using of limma moderated t-test with "corrected" expression matrix resulting fr
... Dear Efstathios I see that you have many thoughts and questions regarding the same things my colleagues and I had when working with the article mention in the above referred post: "Methods that remove batch effects while retaining group differences may lead to exaggerated confidence in downstream ...
written 3.1 years ago by Vegard Nygaard110
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Answer: A: Is ComBat introducing a signal where there is none?
... Hi again. I have an update for this post. I did not get any answers. Since the method was widely used, also at our institution, we felt forced to figure this out. Our effort resulted in the recently published article; "Methods that remove batch effects while retaining group differences may lead ...
written 3.2 years ago by Vegard Nygaard110

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