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Post-imputation graph: Posterior probability vs. Empirical CDF
... This plot is showing the distribution of the posterior probabilities of the most likely alleles for KIR2DS4TOTAL locus, shown as an empirical cumulative distribution function. What does this mean biologically? My knowledge in statistics is unfortunately quite poor... Note: two curves are plotte ...
genome written 16 days ago by rednalf20
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Comment: A: Obtain genotype data from Eurasian and HapMap populations
... Sure, it is Supplementary Figure 21 of https://www.nature.com/articles/s41590-018-0049-7 ...
written 10 weeks ago by rednalf20
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Comment: C: Obtain genotype data from Eurasian and HapMap populations
... Thank you Kevin for your answer. I have been doing PCAs using 1KG data (CEU, GIH, MEX, TSI, YRI, etc.) and your tutorial (thank you btw), but since my cohort is French I was interested in plotting my samples with cohorts with a more precise ancestry (only Eurasians) to see if they overlap with Frenc ...
written 10 weeks ago by rednalf20
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Obtain genotype data from Eurasian and HapMap populations
... I have seen this figure in a Nature Immunology paper. I was wondering where I can find the genotype data from the 36 populations (32 Eurasian populations and 4 HapMap populations) in panel b. Do you know if it is open access? I couldn't find anything online. ![Nature Immunology Figure][1] [1] ...
genome snp written 10 weeks ago by rednalf20
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Yeo-Johnson and Logarithmic transformation
... Is a Yeo-Johnson transformation using a lambda equal to 0 the same transformation as a logarithmic transformation? ...
R transformation yeo-johnson logarithm statistics written 4 months ago by rednalf20 • updated 4 months ago by Kevin Blighe28k
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Comment: C: Inverse normal transformation
... Yes a lot, thank you very much for your (fast) help! ...
written 4 months ago by rednalf20
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Comment: C: Inverse normal transformation
... I found it in the Supplementary Information, page 18 (https://media.nature.com/original/nature-assets/nature/journal/v490/n7419/extref/nature11401-s1.pdf) ...
written 4 months ago by rednalf20
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Comment: C: Inverse normal transformation
... Thank you. I have considered log, square root, cube root and Johnson transformation for now. I will have a look at DESeq2. What do you think about the inverse normal transformation and the script based on Yang et al.'s paper? ...
written 4 months ago by rednalf20
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Comment: C: Inverse normal transformation
... Thank you for your comment - the information has been added to the initial post. ...
written 4 months ago by rednalf20
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Inverse normal transformation
... My phenotype is not normally distributed. I tried several transformations but none of them seems to improve the normality. I am now interested in an inverse normal transformation using R. Is something like the following correct, x being my phenotype? qx <- qnorm((rank(x)-0.5)/sum(x)) It ...
R inverse transformation statistics written 4 months ago by rednalf20

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