Question: P-adjusted value of 1
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5 weeks ago by
Payal100
Payal100 wrote:

What does p-adjusted value of 1 mean? Does that mean the differentially expressed gene is insignificant?

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Thank you for quick response.

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seidel7.4k
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seidel7.4k wrote:

Yes. It indicates lack of significance. There is no evidence for discarding the null hypothesis. Adjusted p-values and regular p-values are interpreted similarly in trend...lower means more likelihood of rejecting the null and accepting the alternate hypothesis (your favorite gene is differentially expressed).

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