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Comment: C: Chrom3d Bead color
... ![chimera][1].....using the chrom3d then you use the chimera program, i know you can change the colors. but at first the program gives an output of an image with different coloring. what each color represents? [1]: https://ibb.co/7grk1VQ ...
written 14 days ago by dimitrischat50
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Comment: C: Chrom3d Bead color
... https://genomebiology.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s13059-016-1146-2 ...
written 14 days ago by dimitrischat50
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Chrom3d Bead color
... "...each bead represents a genomic domain" thats what i read in Nature post about the Chrom3d. But i couldnt find anything about which domain is each color? ...
chip-seq written 21 days ago by dimitrischat50
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Comment: C: Deseq2 Shrinkage or no?
... Thank you very much for the answer ( that didnt involve ironic comments ) ! ...
written 10 weeks ago by dimitrischat50
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Comment: C: Deseq2 Shrinkage or no?
... "People" gave an explanation regarding the q-pcr information i gave above. Whether it is scientific or not it doesnt matter. Thanks for the info though. ...
written 11 weeks ago by dimitrischat50
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Deseq2 Shrinkage or no?
... Hello all, I am trying to do an analysis for differential gene expression for rna-seq data, cell line hela for different time points. For example this is 6 to 0 hours. People told me to do the analysis with no shrinkage but i dont believe its the right way to do it for example a gene with shkrink ...
rna-seq written 11 weeks ago by dimitrischat50 • updated 11 weeks ago by Friederike2.3k
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Comment: C: Merging Peaks from macs2
... They kind of recommend that you dont? What do they reccomend? ...
written 3 months ago by dimitrischat50
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Comment: C: Merging Peaks from macs2
... Sorry..will do! chr1 713706 714672 967 10.18 13.67773 8.27315 11.37243 macs2hisat2_peak_1 nm0k27_rep12 chr1 824823 825324 502 3.73 4.20165 3.50376 2.17421 macs2hisat2_peak_2 nm0k27_rep13 i now used the bedtools sort as @Devon Ryan said and then used what @ATpoint said. Now i got a merg ...
written 3 months ago by dimitrischat50 • updated 3 months ago by finswimmer8.0k
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Comment: C: Merging Peaks from macs2
... there are broadPeak and gappedPeak along with the excel thingy.. :D which one should i use? ...
written 3 months ago by dimitrischat50
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Merging Peaks from macs2
... After macs2, you get files such as .xls. I have 6 .xls files (0h,3h,6h each of them have 2 replicates) and i want to merge them so i can use them (and the bam files) into CSAW for Differential Binding Analysis of ChIP-seq peaksets. So my workflow is like this: I open the xls file, delete first row ...
chip-seq written 3 months ago by dimitrischat50 • updated 3 months ago by RamRS19k

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