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Answer: A: UcscTrack and BED without headers
... I see my problem now, I should have paid more attention to the Browser.  If an empty DataTrack could be returned, that would be perfect. Thanks for the answers! ...
written 22 months ago by Andy9130
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UcscTrack and BED without headers
... Dear all, I am trying to use Gviz to plot the H3K27Ac mark as retrieved from the UCSC Genome Browser. So I based my code off the Gviz tutorial for DataTrack-like tracks: gcContent <- UcscTrack(genome = "mm9", chromosome = "chrX", track = "Conservat ...
gviz ucsc bed ucsctrack written 22 months ago by Andy9130
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Comment: C: Understanding contrasts limma
... Thank you for your answer. I am still trying to wrap my head around this concept. I am still struggling with the idea of why "trt3"  influences the estimated variance of "trt1" with "trt2"? Is this similar to the question described in the link below? https://stat.ethz.ch/pipermail/bioconductor/2012 ...
written 2.1 years ago by Andy9130
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Understanding contrasts limma
... Dear all, I am having some conceptual issues with the contrasts generated by limma. From my understanding, contrasts acts as an method for defining comparisons between groups. For example, we have expression data of six samples with two samples being controls ("trt1"), two samples being treated wit ...
limma design and contrast matrix written 2.1 years ago by Andy9130 • updated 2.1 years ago by Aaron Lun17k

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