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IsoformSwitchAnalyzeR error input
... I don't know if anyone used this package yet, but if they did, and they successfully used imporRdata, please let me know. I used Kallisto quantified transcripts and added both counts and abundances in importRdata which resulted into this error: The data.frame passed to the 'isoformRepExpression' a ...
kallisto differential isoform usage isoform written 16 days ago by ilyco0
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tRanslatome package plots
... Hi, I have a few issues I would like to report/ask about with the tRanslatome package. When creating the basic histograms, using any of the 3 output formats, the y axis label gets cut off. Also, when creating the detailed histograms, in some cases the segments are misaligned and they face the opp ...
translatome written 18 months ago by ilyco0 • updated 18 months ago by toma.tebaldi0
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Comment: C: diffHic preparePairs() does not identify paired-end reads
... Thank you very much. This was very informative. ...
written 21 months ago by ilyco0
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Comment: C: diffHic preparePairs() does not identify paired-end reads
... Thank you very much. This was very informative. ...
written 21 months ago by ilyco0
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Comment: C: diffHic preparePairs() does not identify paired-end reads
... Thank you very much.  It now recognises pairs even though there is still a large number of singles. ...
written 21 months ago by ilyco0
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diffHic preparePairs() does not identify paired-end reads
... Hi, I am trying to run diffHic on a single chromosome. I extracted the chromosome 1 alignment data and used the bam file as an input for diffHic. However, at the preparePairs() stage, none of the reads appear as paired. This is the output from diffHic: diagnostics <- preparePairs("chr1.bam", ...
bam paired diffhic preparepairs written 21 months ago by ilyco0 • updated 21 months ago by Aaron Lun17k

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