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Plotting heatmap by binary values
... Hi, I have a matrix, rows are genes and columns are DAVID GO terms + logFC of genes in a separate columns I want to plot a heat by considering logFC of genes, but I don't know how > head(heat) focal adhesion cell-cell adherens junction cadherin binding involved in cell-cell adhes ...
R heatmap written 19 days ago by F3.4k
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Comment: C: How I reproduce such a plot
... Thank you so much, I don't have a list of protein sequences rather I have a list of protein IDs that I have converted them to gene symbol. I also have a list of genes from single cell RNA-seq. The goal is to seeing the relationship of proteomics and single cell RNA-seq. For example how much GO terms ...
written 22 days ago by F3.4k
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Comment: C: How I reproduce such a plot
... Sorry I mean which tool you have used to produce the source of gene2go? Which functional annotation tool? Also I mam getting this error > sets <- calculate.overlap(x = list("DECs" = DECs$Gene, + "DEPs" = DEPs$Gene)) Error in calculate.overlap( ...
written 22 days ago by F3.4k
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Comment: C: How I reproduce such a plot
... Thank you, seems amazing but how I provide gene2go? ...
written 22 days ago by F3.4k
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Comment: C: How I reproduce such a plot
... The relationship between the transcriptome and proteome data ...
written 22 days ago by F3.4k
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Comment: C: How I reproduce such a plot
... Thank you; Supposing 100 DEGs , 200 DEPs and 70 overlap, they are being classified into different Terms so how I select which term for plotting? ...
written 22 days ago by F3.4k
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How I reproduce such a plot
... Hi, I have a list of differentially expressed genes (DEGs) from single cell RNA-seq between two clusters of cells. I have also a list of differentially expressed proteins (DEPs) from proteomics . I want to classify DEGs and DEPs, and their overlap into individual functional groups something like be ...
pathway R single cell rna-seq protomics written 22 days ago by F3.4k • updated 22 days ago by SMK1.4k
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Comment: C: How to annotate structural variants in VCF with esv/nsv identifiers
... I have found in house script to do that if you still need help I can help you ...
written 23 days ago by F3.4k
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Comment: A: Getting this specific information from gene- annotation enrichment analysis
... I did not fid any tool returns this output directly ...
written 26 days ago by F3.4k
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Comment: C: Getting this specific information from gene- annotation enrichment analysis
... https://wencke.github.io/ ...
written 26 days ago by F3.4k

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