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Comment: C: How to annotate only selected genes on a heatmap
... Thanks Michael. This is almost I want, and works well in many cases. If possible, I want to draw leading lines with some scripts. Because 1) with many genes, i.e. very narrow rows, it is somewhat difficult to precisely identify, or draw a line by hand to the row which the label annotates. 2) in som ...
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Comment: C: How to annotate only selected genes on a heatmap
... Thanks BioBing. I think I should have not used the word "annotate". As I understand, this workflow is how to annotate FASTA file. What I want is how to show selected, not all, gene names , all of them are already "annotated", on a heatmap. ...
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How to annotate only selected genes on a heatmap
... Hello, all. Do someone happen to know how to annotate only selected genes in a heatmap? I use `heatmap.2` in `gplots` package and can annotate all genes in the data. It is okay as far as the genes are not so many. But when I plot, say, 100 genes, the annotations can't be read. So I want to annotate ...
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Answer: A: trim_galore output: val_1 and val_2 files??
... As I understand, Trim galore! trims each read separately. These results are _trimmed.fq files. So some spots may have only one read after trimming because the other read becomes too short. But some downstream analyses require exactly same spots data for both reads. So the software removes single rea ...
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