Question: Why Wgcna Does Not Assign A Gene To The Module Of Highest Module Membership
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5.8 years ago by
heartheone10
heartheone10 wrote:

I am using wgcna in co-expression analysis. I noted that one of the probe,

ILMN_1781516

 MM.pink:  0.826870232    .                           p.MM.pink:1.28E-15                                                          
  MM.black: 0.807209729                                p.MM.black:1.97E-14

I thought this probe should be assigned to module pink, but actually it belongs to module black as the geneinfo file generated by WGCNA. I wonder what goes wrong? Thanks!

hartblue

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ADD COMMENTlink modified 5.8 years ago • written 5.8 years ago by heartheone10

Did you resolved your question?

 

I have exactly the same problem.

 

i.e, gene Traf6 in my dataset:

 

kME.cor red = 0.5369

kME.cor lightgreen = 0.6913

kME.cor grey60 =0.5419

 

and the software assigns Traf6 to the red module. Why?

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