I have reads from 30 samples that I de novo assembled with Trinity and started using the assembly in a differential expression analysis in DESeq2. However, I also have supertranscripts assembled by Trinity and recently learned about DEXSeq. Would it be redundant to finish my DESeq analysis and then do the DEXSeq analysis and compare the results? Or is there a way to incorporate my gff file into DESeq that would still provide a valid analysis?
Question: DESeq2 and DEXSeq
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