**840**wrote:

Hello, I'm working with R and have obtained a table which contains 3 columns and a row for each of my genes in an RNA-seq study. The first two columns contain fold conc and log fold change, respectively, but I'm most interested in the third column and finding how many of the genes have a p.value less than 0.05. Also bonus points if you can tell me how to count genes with p-value < 0.05 and logFC > 1.

So can anyone help me write some lines in R which will count the number of genes with values less than 0.05 in the third column? Also my data is in a matrix table.

Thanks so much

(here is an illustration what I'm working with)

```
> head(edgeHSMvHSF$table)
logConc logFC p.value
tag.1 -13.67186 -0.009198564 0.9914611
tag.2 -36.72240 -26.587301949 1.0000000
tag.3 -15.82522 0.272339616 0.6033744
tag.4 -15.35435 -0.253093387 0.6161544
tag.5 -18.13806 -0.079021620 1.0000000
tag.6 -15.43403 0.868789217 0.0904064
```

sorry looks like those numbers won't format well here

where is the column that adjusts for multiple comparisons?

17kThanks for formatting my post so the values don't look so cluttered.

840