List of GO terms that are overrepresented in a geneset
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o3964fn4n • 0

Hi,

I have a file with some geneIDs and I want to make a list of GO terms that are overrepresented in the geneset, consisting of the significant hits. I have used the DAVID website, and chose my geneIDs that were significant as the first list to paste in. Then to have a correct background I chose the non-significant geneIDs from my list. When I do this, I click on "Functional annotation clustering" to see the analysis, but how can I get a list of the GO terms then?

Do I make my own list in a Word document or can I make a list online ?

Thanks in advance

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Hi o3964fn4n,

Don't forget to follow up on your previous threads:

If an answer was helpful it's most appropriate to upvote it. If the answer resolved your question you should mark it as accepted.

Cheers,
Wouter

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Looks like you advice was followed with at least one of the threads :)

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That's a nice start!

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Try: GeneSCF (Gene Enrichment Tool): Advice to users
Developer of package @EagleEye participates here regularly.

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H o3964fn4ni,

GeneSCF will be the convenient solution for you to test multiple list. But it is command line tool, not web based.

For presentation of data check these posts,

A: Deferentially expressed genes

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