Question: Automatic GO Functional Annotation with R
0
gravatar for raffael.azevedo
5.2 years ago by
Brazil
raffael.azevedo30 wrote:

Greetings. I've searched the Forum but could not find anything related to this, so i'm writing this new post. 

 

I have a doubt concerning R. I have a list of genes (155 positions in list, each one vary in size). For example:

> pBreaks[[1]]
           protein position
47 ensp00000280083       52
48 ensp00000326627       53
49 ensp00000375108       54

> pBreaks[[2]]
           protein position
51 ensp00000423463       56
52 ensp00000359505       57
53 ensp00000337926       58
54 ensp00000334834       59
55 ensp00000326869       60
56 ensp00000369840       61
57 ensp00000314620       62

And so on, until pBreaks[[155]]. My point is: i wanted to do an enrichment analysis of each pBreaks's element automatically with DAVID or any other functional analysis tool that could return to me a list of GO terms associated with the genes (for each element in the list pBreaks). Is there any way i could do this? I'm new to R and i would really appreciate any help. 

 

I do not know if i made myself clear, but i thank you in advance.

enrichment analysis go david R • 1.3k views
ADD COMMENTlink written 5.2 years ago by raffael.azevedo30
Please log in to add an answer.

Help
Access

Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy.
Powered by Biostar version 2.3.0
Traffic: 1289 users visited in the last hour