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Comment: C: Is "Attribute Circle Layout" of a protein-protein network standard and acceptabl
... As far as I know, There is no a standard for network representation, usually the layout is chosen to best display your data. Best Regards Leite ...
written 29 days ago by Leite420
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Comment: C: Always evaluate non-experimental chip effects correction (batch effects)??
... Dear @Benn Thanks for your answer, So the data got more accurate, but not making the correction, wouldn't it be wrong? If you finished an article and at the end noticed that the data did not have batches effects corrections. Even with the results agreeing with what you understand of the disease a ...
written 5 weeks ago by Leite420
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Always evaluate non-experimental chip effects correction (batch effects)??
... Hello all, I wonder if always **when** alanalizing microarray data (affymetrix microarray) have been evaluated non-experimental chip effects corrections, also known as batches effects corrections. Batches can be in the form of different chips used for hybridizations, different days of biotin label ...
R gene expression microarray written 5 weeks ago by Leite420
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Comment: C: Dotplot for filtered pathways result
... Sure enough, I attached the table S1.csv to my drive. I hope you can generate your graphics [S1.csv][1] [1]: http://%20https://drive.google.com/open?id=1wLGazT7yS4tNOydb5oxKgtPv0neV-zPe ...
written 4 months ago by Leite420
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Comment: C: Dividing the groups on the same axis using ggplot2
... Dear Alex Reynolds, Thanks for the tip, next time I'll put it as indicated. Best, Leite ...
written 8 months ago by Leite420
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Comment: C: Dividing the groups on the same axis using ggplot2
... Dear Prakash This is exactly what I was looking for. Thank you so much! Best, Leite ...
written 8 months ago by Leite420
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Dividing the groups on the same axis using ggplot2
... Initially I [asked a question][1] of how to make a dotplot from a list of pathways. I was able to generate the graph, but now I can not make the groups side by side using the pathways of reference. I do not know if that's how I tabulated my results, or if it's a problem with my code, could anyone ...
R ggplot2 graph dotplot written 8 months ago by Leite420 • updated 8 months ago by Prakash1.6k
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Comment: C: Dotplot for filtered pathways result
... Hey all I managed to do using the ggplot2 data <- read.csv("S1.csv", sep =";", header = TRUE, stringsAsFactors = FALSE) library("ggplot2") S1<- ggplot(data, aes(x="Groups", y=Pathways, size=DEGs, color=FDR)) + geom_point(alpha = 0.8) + facet_grid(Group ~ .) + theme_classic( ...
written 8 months ago by Leite420
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Comment: C: Dotplot for filtered pathways result
... @b.nota thank you for your answer, but I need to represent very specific pathways and doing the manual I believe would not be possible. ...
written 8 months ago by Leite420
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Dotplot for filtered pathways result
... I have a list of pathways that I have filtered from MSigDB and would like to represent them in graphs like this one. Showing the value of FDR and the number of SDRs found in each of the groups (survivors and not) I've tried importing into the R and then using the clusterProfiler as well as ggplot2! ...
pathways ggplot2 clusterprofiler R dotplot written 8 months ago by Leite420 • updated 8 months ago by RamRS24k

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