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Comment: C: Cancer expression data sets
... Is there any information about responders and non-responders on TCGA? ...
written 4 days ago by Fill50
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Cancer expression data sets
... I'm looking for expression data sets for any type of cancer **with information about therapy results** (response and non-response data). Thanks in advance. ...
chip-seq rna-seq written 4 days ago by Fill50
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Comment: C: Error: could not find function "exptData"
... Just try to change your R version to earlier one ...
written 14 days ago by Fill50
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ggbio circular plot color tune
... Hello everyone, how to tune colors in geom="link" at ggbio package? There are only two variants for that: orange and green and I can not control it. Is it possible to change it e.g. to black and gray colors? Example of my code: plot <- ggplot() + layout_circle(hg19Ideo, geom = "ideo", ...
ggbio ggplot2 written 15 days ago by Fill50
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Comment: C: How To Convert Uniprot Ids To Ensemble Gene/Transcript Ids
... Could you give an example of Ensembl transripts to UniProt ids translation please? ...
written 25 days ago by Fill50
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Comment: C: downloading pheno data
... You have to write it by yourself. ...
written 28 days ago by Fill50
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Comment: C: What is the best tool for isoform function prediction?
... They used pretty old tools like HMMER, signalP, tmHMM and RNAMMER. I hope there is better tool for functional isoform analysis. And trinity don't analyzes isoforms. ...
written 29 days ago by Fill50
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What is the best tool for isoform function prediction?
... Hi, there are many databases where are functional annotations only for genes. I want to make analysis of my RNA-seq data and identify exact **isoform** function (biological process and subcellular localization). Is there any instrument for that? Thanks in advance! ...
prediction rna-seq isoform written 4 weeks ago by Fill50
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Comment: C: Detecting isoforms in raw counts (or FPKM) after htseq-count
... Yes, now I will try RSEM or MISO. Thanks! ...
written 4 weeks ago by Fill50
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Comment: C: Detecting isoforms in raw counts (or FPKM) after htseq-count
... 1. When I use the flag -i gene_id counts are summarized for exact gene? Maybe I should change to -i transcript_id, and then gene_A after alterntaive splicng become transcript_a and transcript_b, and with the -i transcript_id each trascript would be exact feature for summarizing counts? 2. What if I' ...
written 4 weeks ago by Fill50

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