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Comment: C: Q-values way smaller than P-values! Is that kosher?
... Thank you, Dr. Smyth. I am glad to know this. Very helpful. At what number of P-values would you suggest it is "safe" to use Storey's Q-value method? For instance, what if I had 300 P-values? What if I had 100? What if I had 1000? On Jan 12, 2014, at 2:34 AM, Gordon K Smyth > wrote: Hi Josh, ...
written 4.0 years ago by Joshua Banta30
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Q-values way smaller than P-values! Is that kosher?
... Dear listserv, Consider the following vector of P-values: p.values <- c( 0.266845129, 0.353675275, 0.030585143, 0.791285527, 0.60805832, 0.433466716, 0.039369439, 0.48918122, 0.740626586 ) When I run the qvalue function of the qvalue package, I get a rather surprising outcome: the q-values are ...
qvalue written 4.0 years ago by Joshua Banta30 • updated 4.0 years ago by Michael Love15k
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Comment: C: Parse sequences so they align properly
... Dear Hervé, Thank you very much for your response. Your script has a line of code that reads: if (gsub("\\[.\\]", "", seq) != ref.sequence) stop("'sequences[", i, "]' is not compatible with 'ref.sequence'") I take it this means that your functions do not allow for polymorphisms and other vari ...
written 4.1 years ago by Joshua Banta30

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