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mRNAseq RSEM normalisation
... In [Firebrowse][1], they used RESM method to normalise the mRNAseq TCGA data from Illumina HiSeq and Illumina GA2, this two "different" sequencing platforms. I would like to know is it possible (appropriate) to combine this two different platform of the level 3 results into one matrix? This is bec ...
rna-seq written 21 days ago by tungon0
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Comment: C: Gene-Gene interaction expression analysis
... Thanks for your reply. I think this is my starting point to play with. Do you know about the EGAD package? ...
written 29 days ago by tungon0
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Gene-Gene interaction expression analysis
... I am looking for some R packages for gene-gene interaction analysis. Are there any tools which allow me to select one gene as a indicator ( a central indicator for the network) from a microarray dataset (for example: 100 patients with 20000 genes) for the gene-gene interaction analysis? Thanks, ...
rna-seq written 4 weeks ago by tungon0 • updated 4 weeks ago by mforde84900
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Answer: A: Microarray processed data: Cut off
... For example, gene A cut-off is 10.7537. I want to use gene A to compare with gene B,C D... in the array data,hence, should I use the gene A cut-off for all the data set, or using other cut-off (such as mid-point or average from the whole data), for chi-square  calculation?  I don't have any experie ...
written 2.6 years ago by tungon0
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Comment: C: Microarray processed data: Cut off
... Thank you for your help. I will look further about the old posts. I am analysing the normalised data from whole-Genome DASL HT Assay, illumina and I think I am using a statistic-based cut-off. The array value ranging from 6.6 - 15. For example, the cut-off from a specific gene A in 9 has statistic ...
written 2.6 years ago by tungon0
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Microarray processed data: Cut off
... Hi all,  I am new in here and have some questions about array analysis. 1. How can I make a cut-off in a processed micro-array? 2. If I found a specific cut-off in one specific gene for analysis, do I need to use the same cut off for the whole data set, if I want to compare with the other genes? ...
rna-seq written 2.6 years ago by tungon0

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