User: Kelsey Tyssowski

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Posts by Kelsey Tyssowski

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Error Propagation--use of covariance
... Hi! I am trying to determine the correct way to propagate my error. I have a matrix (m) of expression values, and I am dividing the whole matrix by the first n=column(m/m[,1]). Then I am plotting the column means of my new matrix (n)--i.e. one point for each column. I want to make sure I use the c ...
statistics stats error error propagation written 2.1 years ago by Kelsey Tyssowski10
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Comment: C: Targeted RNAseq Analysis
... Sorry about that! I posted here first and then someone told me about the bioconductor forum and recommended I post there with more info. I'll try not to do that in the future! ...
written 2.5 years ago by Kelsey Tyssowski10
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Targeted RNAseq Analysis
... I am using EdgeR to find DE genes in my data. However, my data is a bit unusual because, in order to reduce necessary sequencing depth, I have been enriching my sequencing libraries for 300 genes of interest before sequencing and then running EdgeR DE analysis on only those genes. Of the 300 genes, ...
R deseq2 rna-seq differential expression edger written 2.5 years ago by Kelsey Tyssowski10 • updated 2.5 years ago by Devon Ryan88k
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ChIP-seq normalization, Signal-to-Noise different between samples
... I have ChIP-seq data for several time points after a stimulus, but it seems like my samples have differences in signal-to-noise ratio. i.e. some samples have a more background reads relative to reads in peaks than others, likely due to technical variation. Is there a standard way to normalize for th ...
normalization chip-seq written 2.7 years ago by Kelsey Tyssowski10

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