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Comment: C: Get The Most Specific / Leaf Go Terms With Biomart
... I agree, interesting is subjective, and I'm certainly don't dispute that GO/using a DAG is an effective way to provide annotation. But looking at >1500 terms is not really a feasible option in this case. I will keep looking to see if there are ways to whittle it down to most informative terms e.g ...
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Comment: C: Get The Most Specific / Leaf Go Terms With Biomart
... Is there any way to get the most "interesting" terms - I guess using semantic similarity and information content, something like that - although of course interesting is going to be rather subjective. It must be a very common task though - given a list of genes, annotate them with "their function", ...
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Get The Most Specific / Leaf Go Terms With Biomart
... I have a list of about 80 HGNC symbols. I want to find their descriptions and function(s) using biomart So - first approach is to find everything using biomart. Here I provide an example for three genes. gL <- c("LTC4S", "ALOX5", "NAT2") library(biomaRt) mart <- useMart(biomart = "ensembl", ...
R biomart bioconductor gene-ontology written 5.5 years ago by joj0 • updated 5.5 years ago by Emily_Ensembl19k
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Are Given Genomic Areas In Linkage Disequilibrium Compared To Random
... I have a method that divides the genome up into regions based on genomic structure. The regions can vary somewhat in size, i.e. are not uniform. I want to see whether these regions are in linkage disequilibrium, i.e. these regions are generally inherited as a block. I thought that one way to do so ...
linkage genome ld genomics written 5.6 years ago by joj0

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