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Comment: C: edgeR design matrix
... Thank you very much for your help! ...
written 21 months ago by cafelumiere1220
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Comment: C: edgeR design matrix
... Thank you very much!  Yes, I was actually reading your previous answer earlier and thought about using what you suggested here ( similar to before as well). The only thing though, is that the scientist also wanted to look at differences "between processes". So I thought maybe I should make the desig ...
written 21 months ago by cafelumiere1220
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edgeR design matrix
... So I have the following samples for differential expression analysis and I'm hoping to see see if my design matrix makes sense. There are cell samples from three different donors each gone through 2 different cell culturing processes and 5 different treatments. The goal is to look at the differences ...
edger design and contrast matrix design matrix written 21 months ago by cafelumiere1220 • updated 21 months ago by Gordon Smyth39k
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Comment: C: edgeR design matrix and contrasts: how to make contrast between groups that aren
... Thank you!! ...
written 22 months ago by cafelumiere1220
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Comment: C: edgeR design matrix and contrasts: how to make contrast between groups that aren
... Thank you so much for your help !!  One quick question: my time points are actually more complicated - instead of just 2 and 6 hr, there are: 2,6,12,24,48,96,168 hr. So when I used the above design matrix, it was the "12hr " not the "2hr" that was hidden as the control part of the design matrix col ...
written 22 months ago by cafelumiere1220
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edgeR design matrix and contrasts: how to make contrast between groups that aren't shown in the design matrix columns?
... Hi all - I feel like I might have missed some important points in constructing design matrix for a slightly more complicated experimental design - so I have 6 different animals, each treated with with Dose_A, Dose_B, or Control. The samples were collected at 2hr or 6hr as shown in the table below: ...
limma edger design and contrast matrix contrast limma contrast matrix written 22 months ago by cafelumiere1220 • updated 22 months ago by Gordon Smyth39k
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Comment: C: edgeR in a situation with unbalanced design: to include only subjects with match
... Thank you very much! ...
written 2.3 years ago by cafelumiere1220
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Comment: C: edgeR in a situation with unbalanced design: to include only subjects with match
... Thank you so much for your reply Aaron. I'm trying to simplify this data set to post here. So here is another subset hopefully better represent the data. Please excuse my naive question as I have not done analysis with subject ID included before Analysis.Barcode Subject Cycle Sour ...
written 2.3 years ago by cafelumiere1220
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Comment: C: edgeR in a situation with unbalanced design
... Thank you very much! That's right - I was thinking about group...thank you so much for pointing it out ...
written 2.4 years ago by cafelumiere1220
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Comment: C: edgeR in a situation with unbalanced design
... Thank you for checking! No this is only a subset of the (simplified) data. The actual data set has 165 samples and different subject/ Time-point at which the sample was collected ( after a certain dose of drug and days), source of sample, whether it was CD33/34 enriched or not.  A subset of this ac ...
written 2.4 years ago by cafelumiere1220

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