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Differential gene expression, starting from RSEM expected count values.
... Hi! I could/should have asked this question at bioC forum, but the answers there are usually (just) over my head. I wondered how to use a table of "Expected counts" from rsem to obtain DEGs using DeSeq2/EdgeR? The expected counts are from UCSC Xena- processed GTEX data. There seems to be more ...
expected-count deseq2 rsem written 2 days ago by english.server200 • updated 2 days ago by i.sudbery7.0k
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Comment: C: Survival analysis: Why to categorize age?
... Thank you. Valuable information. ...
written 23 days ago by english.server200
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Comment: C: Survival analysis: Why to categorize age?
... Useful link. Thanks a lot ...
written 23 days ago by english.server200
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Comment: C: Survival analysis: Why to categorize age?
... This was my "feeling". I also thought that if there is something mysterious leading statisticians/bioinformaticians to categorize data, one may use "sliding windows" 0-9 ; 10-19; ..... 1-10 ; 11-20; .... . . 9-18 ; 19-28; ..... and then recheck the results ...
written 23 days ago by english.server200
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Comment: C: Survival analysis: Why to categorize age?
... Thank you. It seems I still have to study more. ...
written 23 days ago by english.server200
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Survival analysis: Why to categorize age?
... Hi there! I wonder ed why scientists usually categorize age in survival analysis? For example, a 51-year-old patient is in the same category with a 60-year-old, but a 61-year old in a different category from the 60? (Supposing dividing the data in 10-years intervals). Why age is not considered con ...
survival written 23 days ago by english.server200 • updated 23 days ago by Kevin Blighe54k
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Comment: C: DEG, wilcoxon, p value adjustment
... Dear @German.M.Demidov, Thank you very much for your response. ...
written 5 weeks ago by english.server200
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DEG, wilcoxon, p value adjustment
... Hi! A multipart question. **I have exracted log2 transformed normalized TCGA expression data for ~10 genes of my interest. How can I determine wether the genes are differentially regulated between the subtypes of cancer?** 1) I think Anova/Kruskal wallis + post hoc for each gene followed by FDR ...
rna-seq written 5 weeks ago by english.server200
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Comment: C: Removing certain levels of Batch before batch effect correction
... Thank you again, RsmRS. ...
written 5 months ago by english.server200
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Comment: C: Removing certain levels of Batch before batch effect correction
... Thank you for your response. I wondered if you know of a reference or the *name* of this situation so that I myself search aticles/books. ...
written 5 months ago by english.server200

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