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Comment: C: How to split columns into rows based on gene ids in R?
... If it is not too much trouble, I would love to see an example :-) Thank you! ...
written 8 days ago by BioBing80
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Comment: C: How to split columns into rows based on gene ids in R?
... Thank you, I am new to all this "programming stuff" - learning every day :-) I tried your code, but I cannot get it to work for some reason - it returns a list of the "Gene" names without the GO_terms in the terminal, but the txt file still looks the same. But I will definitely read up on awk and ...
written 9 days ago by BioBing80
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Comment: C: How to split columns into rows based on gene ids in R?
... It works :-) It is slow, but it works! Thank you so much ...
written 9 days ago by BioBing80
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Comment: C: How to split columns into rows based on gene ids in R?
... Because I have to use the "transformed" data in R, so I thought there had to be a smart way to do this. I was not aware that Python/awk etc. is better for text formatting until now. I am still pretty new to all of this "programming stuff" - learning every day :-) ...
written 9 days ago by BioBing80
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How to split columns into rows based on gene ids in R?
... Hi all, Does any of you cool R-sharks know how to transform data from this: Gene GO_terms ENO GO:0000015^GO:0000287^GO:0004634^GO:0006096 CCYL1 GO:0000079 SAP30 GO:0000118^GO:0003677^GO:0004407^GO:0046872^GO:0006351 To this in R?: Gene GO_terms ENO GO:00000 ...
R written 10 days ago by BioBing80 • updated 7 days ago by st.ph.n1.6k
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Comment: C: Looking for recommendations of R package for GO enrichment analysis based on gen
... Thanks! I will check it out! ...
written 10 days ago by BioBing80
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Looking for recommendations of R package for GO enrichment analysis based on gene list and a Trinotate report
... Hi all, I was wondering if some of you could recommend me a good R package for GO Enrichment Analysis and creating graphs of functional gene clusters? The data I want to use in the analysis: 1) A Trinotate annotation report that includes GO-ids/terms for each annotated gene 2) A list of genes t ...
R trinotate rna-seq go written 10 days ago by BioBing80 • updated 10 days ago by Satyajeet Khare1.0k
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Sleuth PCA plots - how to change axis to percentage?
... Hi all, I was wondering if there is an easy way in "plot_pca" of the Sleuth package (R package for analyzing Kallisto output) to add percentages on x and y labels? Thanks! Cheers, Birgitte plot_pca(so, pc_x=1L, pc_y = 2L, use_filtered = TRUE, units = "tpm", text_labels=FALSE, color ...
R sleuth pca kallisto rna-seq written 5 weeks ago by BioBing80
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Answer: A: Best practises RNAseq - Sleuth vs. NA's in annotation
... Thank you both for very good and useful answers - it is tricky to figure out what is the "best practice", but I think I will add in the Trinity names, because some of them are highly significantly expressed. ...
written 11 weeks ago by BioBing80
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Best practises RNAseq - Sleuth vs. NA's in annotation
... Hi all, Currently, I am working on my very first RNAseq study and have met a dilemma where inputs from more experienced bioinformaticians would be amazing. For a differential gene expression study in a non-model organism, a de novo reference transcriptome was assembled from 300 M reads in Trinity ...
R rna-seq written 11 weeks ago by BioBing80

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