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Comment: C: Tools for Biomarker Signature Generation
... You are welcome. I do not have a sample size recommendation, but a power analysis should be relatively straight forward since you have all the data.... ...
written 6 months ago by ejm32430
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Comment: C: Tools for Biomarker Signature Generation
... The Elastic Net regression is very commonly used for this type of analysis, it combines the strenghs of the Ridge regression and LASSO. Both the CCLE and GDSC papers used the elastic net (though I don't think they shared any code or implementations.) https://www-ncbi-nlm-nih-gov.gate.lib.buffalo.edu ...
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Comment: C: Enrichment Analysis in R
... See @Kevin's comment below about meaningfulness of your p-value. But to your direct question, No a p-value of 0 would mean that the overlap is statistically significant. I.e. there is a 0% chance that you would find this degree of overlap or greater if there was no association between the two lists. ...
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Comment: C: Enrichment Analysis in R
... You cannot generate per gene p-values for enrichment, only a "set" level enrichment, i.e. does set B overlap with set A more than expected? Maybe you could elaborate on your question/goal? To me, "I would like to check which genes in B are enriched in A", means which genes in B are also in A.... ...
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Comment: C: Bioinformatics workshop or training courses
... If you want to do some self-paced learning The Bioconductor workshops provide a good introduction to the Bioconductor ecosystem: https://bioconductor.github.io/BiocWorkshops/ ...
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Comment: C: Differential expression analysis of normalized expression of RNA seq data
... This post from the bioconductor support site maybe of help: https://support.bioconductor.org/p/56275/ ...
written 6 months ago by ejm32430
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Comment: C: Interpreting Cliff's Delta Graph
... > Would the 58.93% (Y < X) indicate that the Y group "scored" 58% less than that X group? No, this means that 58.36% Y's are less than the X's. I believe the `d` estimates the probabilityof Y < X which is ~0.4 ...
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Comment: C: Mapping Ensembl IDs to Entrez - Merge data frames
... It sounds like you need to perform a `merge` with `genes` and your expression matrix. If the TCGA does not have a version number then you can remove it with `gsub("\\.\\d+","", genes$ensembl_gene_id)` ...
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Answer: A: Does microarray cover all genes?
... It does appear that AJUBA is not represented on the Affymetrix Human Genome U133A Array. Furthermore, the code example you provide is incorrect. if you inspect `xx` you'll notice the names of the list elements are the probe IDs, which will always return `NA/NULL`. Here is the code I used to determin ...
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Answer: A: ProteoWizard compatibility for Windows 7, 8, 10
... It appears that the answer is yes, from the proteowizard documentation: > Windows Users: If you use the installer, then the only requirement is > having Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0 or higher installed. To use the > binary tarball distribution however, you must also have Visual C++ > re ...
written 6 months ago by ejm32430

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