## User: PJ

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... Yes, you are right. I added a second normalization step based on reference gene length and 16S bacterial reads so I am not using the read counts. Could this affect the statistical output? Where can I see the actual formula to calculate average expression? Thanks again!
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... Thanks Joseph for the quick answer. What about the negative tansformed log values? Is the program taking the absolute values for statistics?
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... In addition, how is it possible that features with negative log2 values in the transformed count matrix come up with positive average expression values in the statistical output? Thanks!
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... Hi,
Normalized counts from the matrix table are transformed to log2 values by metagenomeseq, aren´t they? My question is about the zeros in the count matrix. How are they transformed to allow statistical analysis? (as log2 of zero gives an error). Thanks!
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**0**• updated 2.7 years ago by Joseph Nathaniel Paulson •**270**1

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... Hi everybody,
I have a model with 2 main factors and its interaction:
designmodel = model.matrix(~0 + Factor1 + Factor2 + Factor1:Factor2)
Factor 1 has two levels and factor 2 has 4 levels. My question is if when I test the interaction term I can add all 8 groups as follow:
contrastInteraction ...

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... Does metagenomeSeq handle mixed models including random effects? If yes, how can I incorporate those random effects in the model?Thanks!
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... Hi,
My experimental model is repeated measures with 2 fixed effects and 1 random effect. How can I specify that in the model statement? I am having a hard time trying to figure it out.
Thanks!
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written 3.9 years ago by
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... Hi,
I am creating a heat map based on the following script:
trials=pData(object)$treatment
heatmapColColors=brewer.pal(12, "Set3")[as.integer(factor(trials))] heatmapCols=colorRampPalette(brewer.pal(9, "RdBu"))(50)
plotMRheatmap(obj=object, n=6, cexRow=0.4, cexCol=0.4, trace="none", col=heatmap ...

written 4.3 years ago by
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... Hi,
I am running fitZig for differential abundance testing. When I place:
treatment=pData(obj)$Treatment
Before=pData(obj)$Time
normFactor=normFactors(obj)
normFactor=log2(normFactor/median(normFactor)+1)
mod = model.matrix (Treatment + Before + normFactor), the answer is:
Error: $ operator i ...

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