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I had 6 samples sequenced in a facility and most of them have similar amount of reads except for one that has twice as much. Do I need to do anything to correct for this?
I aligned with Kallisto and I was going to use either DESeq2 or EdgeR to do differential analysis. From what I understood reading at the documentation both of those packages correct for sequencing depth. Is that enough or do I need to perform any other correction?
I recommend doing a PCA and seeing if you see the samples are grouped as expected or not. Also, see if the highly sequenced one is separated from the others.