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Comment: C: SOFTWARE/TOOLS FOR ANTI OLIGONCLEOTIDE DESIGN AGAINST MICRORNAS
... Your Caps Lock is on!!! ...
written 14 hours ago by b.nota2.3k
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Comment: C: NGS analysis using Microarray Data
... Please learn more about the experimental procedures first before starting to use bioinformatics. It is essential to understand, for instance, that microarrays do not generate NGS data. It is impossible to analyze an experiment without knowing how things work first, in my opinion... ...
written 21 hours ago by b.nota2.3k
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Comment: C: levels in gene ontology
... Seems like you've answered your own question already... ...
written 21 hours ago by b.nota2.3k
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Comment: C: heatmap.2 reorder branches
... Thanks for your suggestion, but my point is the dendrogram. The dendrogram is showing that the replicates of my groups cluster nice together. Of course I can manually reorder the matrix/heatmap, but will lose then the information of the dendrogram. Is it possible to rearrange the dendrogram horizon ...
written 4 days ago by b.nota2.3k
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heatmap.2 reorder branches
... Hello, I am using hierarchical clustering with `heatmap.2`, and would like to reorder the tree generated for the columns. I have searched here, on bioconductor, and on google but don't seem to find the right solution. Wondering if someone here knows how to manipulate the tree. In more detail, I ha ...
hierarchical clustering reorderfun heatmap.2 written 4 days ago by b.nota2.3k
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Comment: C: Many to Many alignment of Large number of sequences
... You can probably use EMBOSS for this. However, I am wondering how you want to interpret your results (10M with 20k alignments). ...
written 5 days ago by b.nota2.3k
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Answer: A: Reproductivity of publicly available reads
... I guess it is. Of course explain in your methods of your paper how you got your data and what you did with it. ...
written 5 days ago by b.nota2.3k
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Comment: C: Stampy error while running IMR/DENOM
... Looks like stampy.py was not installed or not properly installed for that matter. Can you use stampy without IMR/DENOM? Or maybe stampy needs to be in your PATH, before it can be used by IMR/DENOM? ...
written 7 days ago by b.nota2.3k
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Comment: C: How many tests does it take to warrant a microarray/RNA-seq approach to differen
... I don't exactly understand your question, but I think you're better off asking Gordon Smyth himself for help. He's active on https://support.bioconductor.org/ and usually answers questions about limma within a day. Be sure to add `limma` as a tag. ...
written 7 days ago by b.nota2.3k
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Comment: C: miRNA-mRNA expression correlation
... It is wise to transform expression values into the log scale. This was done already with microarrays, many years ago. The reason is that your data will be more normal than when not transformed. ...
written 11 days ago by b.nota2.3k

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