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Comment: C: Compare gene expression in randomized experiment
... (1) done that now. (2) A somewhat comparable example in the vignette where African males and females are compared uses the following matrix: design <- model.matrix(~gender) I did not figure out how to apply this to my data. I also tried: design=cbind(statin=c(1,1,0,0), diet=c(0,0,1,1)) and sever ...
written 6.2 years ago by AR110
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Comment: C: Compare gene expression in randomized experiment
... I have made an effort to read the user guide accompanying limma package, before posting here again. My data set is set up the same way, as the "eset" object in my reply below. Therefore: • Each row represents a gene. • The first row, however, is the treatment assignment. • Each column represents a ...
written 6.2 years ago by AR110
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Comment: A: Compare gene expression in randomized experiment
... I have still not found out how to solve the issue... unfortunately. Anyone who can provide som assistance? Thanks in advance ...
written 6.2 years ago by AR110
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Comment: C: Compare gene expression in randomized experiment
... Thanks for the tip. Perhaps I should have declared I'm a novice =). ...
written 6.3 years ago by AR110
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Comment: C: Compare gene expression in randomized experiment
... Hi Devon, Thank you for taking time to explain this. The Limma package, although extensive, does not contain info from which I can derive a solution to my problem. I've read the similar thread: Limma Package For Differential Expression Between Control And Stress Without any success and this might ...
written 6.3 years ago by AR110
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Compare gene expression in randomized experiment
... Hi I have 60 individuals randomized to treatment with a statin or diet. Statins are drugs that inhibit the liver enzyme HMG-CoA-reductase, with inhibits the synthesis of cholesterol (a major driver of atherosclerosis) leading to lower risk of stroke and myocardial infarction. Thus 60 individuals a ...
gene expression randomized experiment written 6.3 years ago by AR110

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