Question: raw count data- normalization
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11 months ago by
ghmdsr30
ghmdsr30 wrote:

I got raw count data,which would consist of 32 samples and 20000 genes.

With this data, I have to normalize this.

first step; normalized gene expression values per sample.

second step: gene-wise normalization

Question1 : what is gene-wise normalization? Question2 : how can i this two step?

I'm beginner, but no one can help me in my workplace.. please help me.

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ADD COMMENTlink modified 10 months ago by Biostar ♦♦ 20 • written 11 months ago by ghmdsr30
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I recommend reading the documentation of DESeq2, a framework for differential RNA-seq analysis. It also includes a count normalization approach, using the estimateSizeFactors() function, which will give you a per-sample size factor that you can use to divide each sample by. There is a nice StatQuest video about this here. Other normalization approaches include TPM or FPKM normalization, depending on what you want to do with your data. Please give some details.

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