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Comment: C: Getting intersect between three tables of genes in Rstudio
... Thank you sir for the suggesstion. But, the problem is, my table is very big. I have 100,000 plus rows for every table. Is there any way more suited with my situation sir? ...
written 2.4 years ago by snar860
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Comment: C: Getting intersect between three tables of genes in Rstudio
... Mr. Santosh, please don't simply say that i just copying. I am totally understand what i am doing. I already tried your suggestion to use Hint: intersect(intersect(table1$ID, table2$ID), table3$ID) But, after running that script, i just got this intersect(intersect(v1,v2),v3) list() The only pr ...
written 2.4 years ago by snar860
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Comment: C: Getting intersect between three tables of genes in Rstudio
... For your information mr. Kennth. I am not ignoring his suggestions but i found the same answer like him which mention that >intersect(intersect(table1....)) is same like >reduce(intersect,list(table1...)). So, i am doing the same thing. Please don't bother if you don't have anything to help he ...
written 2.4 years ago by snar860
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Comment: C: Getting intersect between three tables of genes in Rstudio
... I am sorry sir. I am a newbie. I have found like below: > v1 <- c("geneA","geneB",""...) > v2 <- c("geneA","geneC",""...) > v3 <- c("geneD","geneE",""...) > v4 <- c("geneA","geneE",""...) > v5 <- c("geneB","geneC",""...) > Reduce(intersect,list(a,b,c,d,e)) So, ...
written 2.4 years ago by snar860
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Comment: C: Getting intersect between three tables of genes in Rstudio
... Thank you for the answer. But i have 3 tables. How to find the intersect between 3 tables? ...
written 2.4 years ago by snar860
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Getting intersect between three tables of genes in Rstudio
... Hi, I have 3 tables of gene list from 3 type of tissues with 2 columns. The first column is ID and the second column is gene. I want to find the intersect between these 3 tables of genes. Does anyone can help me on how to get the intersect using Rstudio? Really need some help. Thank you. ...
R intersect rstudio written 2.4 years ago by snar860 • updated 2.4 years ago by Santosh Anand4.9k
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(Closed) How to view and save file after using Reduce(intersect, list(...)) in Rstudio
... Hi, I am using Rstudio to find the intersect between multiple tables. I have 3 tables of my SNP list of 3 tissues (bark,leaf,latex) with 2 columns. The first column is ID and the second column is SNP. Below is the command that i used to get the intersect: > bark<- read.table("314-bark-1.txt ...
rstudio written 2.4 years ago by snar860
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How to extract the desired fasta file from the de novo assembly Trinity fasta file
... Hi, I have fasta file of my de novo assembly result from Trinity software. After blast, i listed the transcripts that were related to my project. Is there anyone can help me on how to get the fasta file for only the transcripts that i have listed from that de novo assembly result? Thank you. ...
assembly sequence rna-seq written 3.2 years ago by snar860 • updated 3.2 years ago by Antonio R. Franco4.1k
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Comment: C: nr- protein database
... Hi, may i know how to format the nr databases subfiles before using for blast? ...
written 3.2 years ago by snar860
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Comment: C: Error at Inchworm during running Trinity
... Thank you for these choices you've given, sir. I will try to do what you've suggested here. Thank you. ...
written 3.3 years ago by snar860

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