User: M.Gierlinski

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Large example data with Bioconductor package
... I'm writing an R package I intend to submit to Bioconductor. The aim of the package is to analyse high throughput proteomics data, starting from the MaxQuant evidence file. I feel it is necessary to show step-by-step examples of such analysis in a vignette. However, this would require attaching larg ...
package written 2.1 years ago by M.Gierlinski0 • updated 2.1 years ago by shepherl ♦♦ 1.7k
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Comment: C: One-condition limma test
... This makes sense. Certainly, log-ratios are more symmetric (as mentioned by James below) and the null hypothesis of zero allows for the intercept-only model. Thanks!   ...
written 2.2 years ago by M.Gierlinski0
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One-condition limma test
... Consider an experiment (e.g. proteomics) producing ratios. Our null hypothesis is that each ratio is one. In this particular example, I have a data table with n rows (peptides) and m columns (replicates). I would like to use limma to do a differential expression of each peptide versus a constant of ...
limma t-test written 2.2 years ago by M.Gierlinski0 • updated 2.2 years ago by James W. MacDonald52k
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Comment: C: Goseq problem with "missing value"
... OK, this helped! I updated goseq to version 1.18.0 and the error disappeared. Thanks a lot, Marek ...
written 4.8 years ago by M.Gierlinski0
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Goseq problem with "missing value"
... I'm running goseq on a sequence of bootstraps where a DE test is performed on a random selection of replicates. THis way, I have a constant list of background genes and a selection of significant genes which is slightly changing from bootstrap to bootstrap. goseq works nicely on most of these bootst ...
goseq written 4.8 years ago by M.Gierlinski0 • updated 4.8 years ago by Nadia Davidson300
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Answer: A: Goseq and yeast
... Thanks, Nadia. This solved the problem! Cheers, Marek ...
written 4.8 years ago by M.Gierlinski0
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Goseq and yeast
... We are trying to use goseq on our yeast data, but there is a problem with the yeast database. I managed to create a pwf object with nullp(), but the next step fails: > pwf = nullp(gene.vector, "sacCer3", "ensGene") Can't find sacCer3/ensGene length data in genLenDataBase... Trying to download f ...
yeast goseq written 4.8 years ago by M.Gierlinski0

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