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Comment: C: Employer Insights for Bioinformatics Job Seekers
... This was for an industrial position - apologies, this is hidden in the text. I agree on your point about not knowing when the position is spoken for, and I can empathise as being a previous and future job seeker myself. The only way I can think of judging this is by assessing the interviewers' attit ...
written 4 weeks ago by borkk120
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Forum: Employer Insights for Bioinformatics Job Seekers
... I recently completed a hiring round for a bioinformatician – something I haven’t done in a while. I am quite happy with how it went, and the candidate I hired has turned out to be an excellent choice. During the process, however, I was perplexed to observe that a lot of, IMHO, elementary mistakes ar ...
career advice forum job written 4 weeks ago by borkk120 • updated 4 weeks ago by damioresegun10
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Comment: C: 10 years a bioinformatician: some reflections
... Thank you! It's hard to talk openly about it outside of a supportive environment too. ...
written 12 months ago by borkk120
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Blog: 10 years a bioinformatician: some reflections
... Recently I realized a significant career milestone had passed without my noticing. It has been a few months now since I passed the 10 year mark in my bioinformatics career post-PhD, and discounting work I did prior to it. This number is relatively small compared to how much longer I still need to wo ...
career blog written 12 months ago by borkk120
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Comment: C: How to assess RNA-Seq batch correction success?
... Thanks very much for the tips Kevin. ...
written 21 months ago by borkk120
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Comment: C: How to assess RNA-Seq batch correction success?
... Thanks for the suggestion Kevin. I might be missing something here but with the single step procedure there wouldn't be any 'corrected' data that I could use for the 'after' PCA. I presume you still mean using removeBatchEffect() anfd have a corrected dataset to compare. However since consensus is t ...
written 21 months ago by borkk120
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Comment: C: How to assess RNA-Seq batch correction success?
... Thanks for your quick reply Kevin. That would involve the 2 step procedure which is less preferable. I guess my question really is whether there is some statistic we can get after applying the group+batch test that we might be able to apply to uncorrected data to assess how well batch was accounted ...
written 21 months ago by borkk120
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How to assess RNA-Seq batch correction success?
... Hi When batch correcting gene expression data one could either do a two step procedure (e.g. Combat + DE analysis) or in a single step where batch is incorporated into the stats as a covariate. This discussion (https://www.biostars.org/p/266507/) and the paper it references indicate the second way ...
batch correction deseq2 combat limma rna-seq written 21 months ago by borkk120

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