## User: candida.vaz

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#### Posts by candida.vaz

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... Thanks a lot Aaron for the advice. I never came across the spline concept in the limma/edgeR guide. Could you please let me know where can I find it? I will be using the additivity assumption + Age in model.matrix() (understand that it may not be true in complex biological systems. Can I just c ...
written 8 months ago by candida.vaz40
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... Thank you for your advice Aaron. Age of the patients don't change much except by a few months during the two visits. My concern is the effect of "Age" itself on the outcome. I am interested in removing the effect of Age or any such factor and seeing only the effect of Treatment on the outcome. S ...
written 8 months ago by candida.vaz40
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... Dear Aaron, Just to follow up on the same analysis: was wondering if one could run the double voom and double duplicate correlation on a model that includes adjusting for confounding factors. For example if Age is a confounding factor then the design model will be: **design <- model.matrix( ~0 ...
written 8 months ago by candida.vaz40
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... Dear Aaron, Thanks a ton for your suggestions! ...
written 9 months ago by candida.vaz40
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... Thanks a ton Aaron! #1. To fuse into a single variable can I use: Group <- factor(paste(Categ, Visit, sep=".")) raw <- DGEList(counts=counts, group=Group) raw$samples <- cbind(raw$samples,Cid,Visit) (Where Categ =placebo/treatment & Visit=two time points) #2. For filtering (yo ...
written 9 months ago by candida.vaz40
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... Dear Aaron, I had used limma voom with duplicateCorrelation blocking on id. This is my code...does this seem ok? or could you give your suggestions. ## Read in and annotate ## counts <- read.delim("all-samples.txt", row.names="Symbol", header = T) metrics <- read.delim("checking-metrics- ...
written 9 months ago by candida.vaz40
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... Dear Aaron, Thank you so very much for the detailed explanation and solutions to my questions! So grateful! Regards, Candida ...
written 9 months ago by candida.vaz40
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... Dear Bioconductor support team, This question is a follow up of the same I asked before, and then I carried out some analysis, but need help:- I have samples from two time points. The samples belong to two categories: Treatment and Placebo as follows: 005v1 Placebo 005v4 Placebo 008v1 Treat ...
written 9 months ago by candida.vaz40
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... Thank you James for the suggestion, ...
written 9 months ago by candida.vaz40
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... Dear Bioconductor support team, I have samples from two time points namely V1 and V4. The samples belong to two categories: Treatment and Placebo as follows: 005v1 Placebo 005v4 Placebo 008v1 Treatment 008v4 Treatment The ID number 005 etc represent the same sample at two time points. ...
written 10 months ago by candida.vaz40

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