User: Kamil Slowikowski

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Comment: C: Found more than one class
... I guess you're suggesting that this bug is expected to appear prior to version 3.3.2 and it should not appear in version 3.4.0 (my version). Is that right? ...
written 20 days ago by Kamil Slowikowski20
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Found more than one class
... Problem I get 6 identical warning messages when I open a new file connection. Expected behavior asdf <- base::file("asdf.txt") There should be no warnings. I asked for the file function from the base package by using the :: syntax, so there should be no ambiguity about which function to run. Actu ...
R bioconductor written 27 days ago by Kamil Slowikowski20
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Answer: A: Argument gene.data for the correct implementation of fuction pathview of the pat
... If you wish to view the difference between cancer and control samples, then you should use the second column of your coefficients matrix. The pathview figure will show a network of genes that are colored by log2 fold-change between cancer and control. From ?pathview: gene.data either vector (sin ...
written 2.7 years ago by Kamil Slowikowski20
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Answer: A: Appropriate use of the function mroast to find KEGG pathways for differential ex
... Yes, contrast=2 is correct: it will use the second column of your design matrix. You might consider reading the documentation for mroast with: library(limma) ?mroast When you perform multiple tests, such as differential expression for multiple genes, you should adjust for multiple testing. Read ...
written 2.7 years ago by Kamil Slowikowski20
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Answer: A: How to Find OMIM id's Corresponding to a List of Gene Symbols in R?
... You may register to download tables with all OMIM diseases and genes from: http://omim.org/downloads Otherwise, I might recommend the following steps: Convert your gene symbol such as "ACTN1" to an Entrez Gene ID "87". Get the OMIM Gene ID for your Entrez Gene ID. Get the disease names corre ...
written 2.7 years ago by Kamil Slowikowski20

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