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My name is Ruddhida Vidwans, I am a Ph.D. Research Scholar at Jain University, Bengaluru, India. My research area is Forensic Microbiology.

Currently, apart from my Ph.D., I am focussing on learning next-generation sequencing analysis. For that, I am practicing with the publicly available data.

I am using the "GSE163207" ID from GEO datasets for practice.

and referring to the paper entitled "Analysis workflow of publicly available RNA-sequencing datasets" for the analysis guidance".

I am able to perform initial tasks,

But, after---
"rownames(GSE163207)<-clindata$title" this command, i got error as----

"Error in `rownames<-`(`*tmp*`, value = c("Individual 1, PMI 0", "Individual 1, PMI 3",  :
  attempt to set 'rownames' on an object with no dimensions"

Can anyone please help me in rectifying this error?

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Welcome Ruddhida. To help other people, please choose a title which describes your problem in a more specific way. Thank you.

It seems as though the object GSE163207 isn't a data.frame, but perhaps a vector. What happens you when you type in class(GSE163207)?

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After

"if (!requireNamespace("BiocManager", quietly = TRUE))

install.packages("BiocManager")

BiocManager::install(c("DESeq2", "GEOquery", "canvasXpress", "ggplot2", "clinfun", "GGally", "factoextra"))

library(DESeq2)

library(GEOquery)

library(canvasXpress)

library(ggplot2)

library(clinfun)

library(GGally)

library(factoextra)

data<-getGEO(GEO = "GSE163207")

head(data)

clindata <- data[["GSE163207_series_matrix.txt.gz"]]@phenoData@data

head(clindata)

head(clindata[,c(1,2,8,40,39,42)])

raw_counts<- read.delim("C:/Users/hp/Documents/GSE163207_series_matrix.txt.gz", stringsAsFactors = FALSE, sep = "")

head(raw_counts) raw_counts <- as.matrix(raw_counts) this command,

I got,

rownames(clindata)<-clindata$title

all(rownames(clindata) %in% colnames(raw_counts))

this as (FALSE) instead of (TRUE).

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