Question: scRNA-seq python tutorial
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5 months ago by
brc10
Germany
brc10 wrote:

I'm looking for a python tutorial on scRNA-seq/RNS-seq data analysis. It will be helpful if someone could point towards the relevant resources.

ADD COMMENTlink modified 26 days ago by Mitch0 • written 5 months ago by brc10
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Here is a nice compilation of all things scRNA by @Sean Davis: https://github.com/seandavi/awesome-single-cell While mostly R there are some Python things in there.

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5 months ago by
Friederike4.9k
United States
Friederike4.9k wrote:

The scanpy tutorials might be a good start.

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26 days ago by
Mitch0
Germany
Mitch0 wrote:

Fabian Theis' lab has recently published Lücken & Theis, Current best practices in single‐cell RNA‐seq analysis: a tutorial together with a nice github repository in which you can find an example case study Jupyter notebook written in Python. I can highly recommend this.

In case you would like to use it on your own data, you could head over to FASTGenomics. It is an online platform for single cell analytics and it offers a generalized version of the case study notebook, which might be applicable to your own dataset.

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