Question: find significant analysis?
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16 months ago by
star190
Netherlands
star190 wrote:

I have done Differential expression (DE) analysis and found 2212 DE genes in my data, then I found the overlap between my DE genes and some diseases related genes (e.g. ALS). ALS disease contains 1007 genes that 500 of those had overlap with DE genes. Now I would like to find these number are significant or not?

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ADD COMMENTlink modified 16 months ago by Rasoul Godini0 • written 16 months ago by star190
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16 months ago by
arta540
Sweden
arta540 wrote:

You can use hypergeometric test which is similar to fisher test and in the following link you can find an example about how to do that.

ADD COMMENTlink written 16 months ago by arta540

There is also an R package especially for this purpose, geneOverlap.

ADD REPLYlink written 16 months ago by Benn7.4k
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16 months ago by
Rasoul Godini0 wrote:

Hi To find significancy you need an statistical threshold like p-value. to make that you need some repeats. But in here you have only genes selected by a threshold already. Here, you can use Venn diagram to show common DEGs and punctuate on findings by writing about percentage of your DEGs which are common with disease specific genes. Good Luck

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