Question: Display the results obtained from DAVID and g:profiler functional annotation tools
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11 months ago by
The Last Word170
India
The Last Word170 wrote:

Hi,

I have used both DAVID and g:profiler to do functional annotation and pathway analysis of a set of genes that I have. Now, you might call this redundant because both effectively does the same thing, but I am doing this to validate my results using two different tools.

However, I do not know the appropriate way in which to display my results. A casual google search is not throwing up many results which I can use to reliably pick a way in which to display my results. Kindly provide some papers or material I can use to display the results I have in a decent manner. Thank you.

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11 months ago by
lshepard130
United States
lshepard130 wrote:

Hi,

There are several ways to display that type of data. Two simple ways are:

1) Tables with GO terms and p-values (at the very least)

2) Bar plots of the top GO terms ordered by p-value

More "prettier" ways include:

3) Append GO results to a heatmap, just as the example shown in the ComplexHeatmap R package shown here:

4) Circos plots (you can get really creative here)

ADD COMMENTlink modified 11 months ago • written 11 months ago by lshepard130

Thank you for your valuable suggestions.

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