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Benjamini+ Hochberg multiple testing p.adjust R
... Hi, Im just trying to get my head around Benjamini + Hochberg multiple testing using the p.adjust approach in R. So is the BH mutliple testing option (pval *no of tests)/rank ? I have a dummy dataset and bonferroni multiple testing works as should pvals = c(2.335810e-07, 4.820826e-07, 4.820 ...
R p values multiple testing p.adjust written 10 days ago by dp0b30 • updated 10 days ago by Collin590
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Comment: C: Bin chromosome every 1kb and get average value
... Seriously love this code,edit it for max,min,average values.Different distance. Works so fast too. Honestly thank you! ...
written 3 months ago by dp0b30
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Comment: C: Bin chromosome every 1kb and get average value
... Got it!!Thank you!!! ...
written 3 months ago by dp0b30
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Comment: C: Bin chromosome every 1kb and get average value
... Thank you! Last question now I swear, piping that screen to an output file, the usual > output.txt after the code remains empty also tried |tee. Dont want to edit the script as its way above my capabilities! ...
written 3 months ago by dp0b30
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Comment: C: Bin chromosome every 1kb and get average value
... Thanks so much but getting the following error when I try it. Any ideas? Error: near line 1: table T already exists Error: near line 1502: cannot commit - no transaction is active ...
written 3 months ago by dp0b30
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Bin chromosome every 1kb and get average value
... Hi, I have a large file of each chromosome for sequence data and I want to get the average score in 1kb bins? Is there an easy way to do to this? chr1 123 127 1890 chr1 208 210 90 chr1 215 220 50 chr1 225 230 100 chr1 250 300 800 I have tried bedtools, it will create the win ...
genome mean binning sequence chromosome written 3 months ago by dp0b30 • updated 10 weeks ago by Biostar ♦♦ 20
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Gemma weights widv
... Hi, I am enquiring about gemmas -widv option. I was hoping to use it to weight bulls for a gwas analysis. I was just wondering has anyone used this option and what did they base their weights on? Reliability, effective record contribution etc? I understand that a high weight represents high resid ...
gemma cattle gwas written 6 months ago by dp0b30
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Comment: C: Gwas non normally distributed-continous or categorical trait
... Thanks for you help,Ill have a look but preference is a mixed model that fits the grm ...
written 8 months ago by dp0b30
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Comment: C: Gwas non normally distributed-continous or categorical trait
... Thanks for getting back to me. I have edited the question and shown the distribution as you suggested. I was hoping to do the gwas using gcta but can use SAS to transform the data. ...
written 8 months ago by dp0b30
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Gwas non normally distributed-continous or categorical trait
... Hi, I have a trait that was measured using a assay but a large proportion of the samples where below the threshold for detection of the assay so my phenotype isnt normally distributed and transformation (log, sqrt, box-cox) isn't successful. Is it better then to treat the data as continous for gwas ...
gwas categorical continous distribution written 8 months ago by dp0b30

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