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oposSOM C binding function error
... Hello, I am getting an error while trying to execute the example code for the oposSOM package as reported by ?opossom.run My code is the following: # Example with artificial data env <- opossom.new(list(dataset.name="Example", error.model="all.samples", ...
bioconductor opossom bellman-ford written 3.8 years ago by arrigonialberto860
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Answer: A: Specificity of gene expression
... Dear Mike, sorry to get back on that. Just to clarify (let's say we have 5 conditions) you are suggesting to find genes that are specifically expressed in conditionC by doing (using listValues as follows): results(dds, contrast=list("conditionC", c("conditionA","conditionB","conditionD","condition ...
written 3.9 years ago by arrigonialberto860
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Specificity of gene expression
... I was wondering if it is possible to use the 'contrast' keyword of the 'results' function of DESeq2 in order to select genes that are specifically expressed in a single biological class in cases where we have more than 2 conditions. In this case I would just calculate contrasts for all the conditio ...
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Comment: C: Specifically expressed genes
... thank you Mike! ...
written 4.4 years ago by arrigonialberto860
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Comment: C: Specifically expressed genes
... thank you Mike! ...
written 4.4 years ago by arrigonialberto860
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Comment: C: Specifically expressed genes
... thank you Mike! ...
written 4.4 years ago by arrigonialberto860
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Specifically expressed genes
... I have a brief question regarding some analyses we are performing using DESeq2, and I was hoping you could give me an opinion or some suggestions in order to improve our procedure.   Our experimental design features ~80 samples, divided in 19 classes (which correspond to different cellular populat ...
rnaseq clustering deseq2 differential expression specific expression written 4.4 years ago by arrigonialberto860 • updated 4.4 years ago by Michael Love25k

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