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Comment: C: Normalization method for Exosome small RNA-Seq (DESeq2)
... Within-group scatter plots show a lot of consistency. Between groups as expected, show big differences. ...
written 6 months ago by IV30
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Normalization method for Exosome small RNA-Seq (DESeq2)
... Hello everyone, I'm performing a DE analysis between 2 groups of 3 replicates. Samples are *in vitro*-derived, expecting low within-group variance and very (very) high between group differences. Two different cell types are compared and are expected to be quite different. The samples are exosomal ...
deseq2 written 6 months ago by IV30
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Job: BIOINFORMATICIAN I at Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, MA, USA
... General Summary/ Overview Statement https://partners.taleo.net/careersection/bwh/jobdetail.ftl?job=3038637 The Systems Biology and Computer Science Program (SBCSP) and the Patsopoulos Laboratory in the Ann Romney Center for Neurological Diseases (ARCND) are looking for a Bioinformatician to work o ...
job R bioconductor rna-seq gwas written 2.2 years ago by IV30
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% of assigned reads using Rsubread featureCounts useMetaFeatures
... I am testing the various featurecounts options from the very useful Rsubread package. I have noticed that in all tested libraries (>100) using exon + useMetaFeatures (Ensemble gtf, GTF.featureType = "gene", GTF.attrType = "gene_id") assigns almost twice as many reads to features (metaFeatures) c ...
rsubread featurecounts written 2.5 years ago by IV30
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Select from Overlapping Genomic Ranges based on Score or other Metadata
... I have a series of genomic ranges accompanied with metadata. For example, the simplest case is: Chromosome Start End Score chr1 1234567 1234987 15 chr1 1234577 1234999 25 chr1 1234560 1234940 50 chr2 1234567 1234987 15 chr2 1234577 1234999 25 chr2 1234560 1234940 50 I would like to be able ...
genomicranges written 3.6 years ago by IV30 • updated 3.6 years ago by Michael Lawrence11k
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Comment: C: Strand-aware CSAW analysis
... Thanks Aaron! I'll give it a go. ...
written 4.6 years ago by IV30
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Strand-aware CSAW analysis
... Dear all, I've started working with the fantastic csaw package. I was searching for options or tweaks to take strand into account, since we have some strand-specific IP library preps performed. Is there a way to incorporate this into the analysis? Thank you in advance, Ioannis ***Edit We are ...
chip-seq csaw clip-seq written 4.6 years ago by IV30

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