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Comment: C: How to create "trait data" file for WGCNA
... Hi, I have two modules which are significantly positively correlated with treatment "a" day1 and day2 (obtained from module-trait relationship plot). Since you mentioned my samples numbers are very low i tried to merge both day1 and day2 of treatment "a" and then did intramodular analysis.  please ...
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Comment: C: How to create "trait data" file for WGCNA
... Hi, Thank you for the inputs. Actually we started with 3 samples per group, but some samples had issues at RNA level so had to consider only these samples. But do you think using the current sample no are not good enough to do intramodular analysis? o I should draw trait -module relationship and th ...
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Answer: A: How to create "trait data" file for WGCNA
... Hi, I was able to design a trait file. But do you think doing Intramodular analysis is logical?  Because unlike the example analysis my traits are binary. My trait file looks like this. array day0  day1 xx1 1 0 xx2 1 0 xx3 0 1 xx ...
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How to create "trait data" file for WGCNA
... Hi, I have mice microarray time course data. The study design as follows, mice were treated with two different kinds of drugs "a" and "b" for three time points day1, 2, 3, day0 is used as control for both the groups. Further we extracted the RNA from liver and performed microarray. Next we  wanted ...
microarray wgcna correlation coexpression written 3.5 years ago by shalinisonar1310 • updated 3.5 years ago by Peter Langfelder2.1k

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