I have differential expression data for my genes of interest which I would like to present in heatmaps, graphs etc. The standard value used for this seems to be the log2(FC). However, when the FPKM for genes go from 0 to x and from x to 0, this is problematic. Does anyone know how to present data containing these 'infinite' log2(FC)s? I've seen some mentions of simply adding a very small number and then calculating the log2(FC), but I wasn't sure if that is generally accepted.
Question: Presenting differential expression data containing infinite log2(Fold Change)s
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jammydodger123456 • 30
jammydodger123456 • 30 wrote:
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