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Comment: C: How to self-study (get onto) Bioinformatics and Data Analysis for Genomic, for w
... This is a good piece of advice :) genomax! No, I'm not planning to solely turn in to the new subject. Just trying to learn the techniques to analyze my own data! ...
written 20 days ago by BIOAWY60
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Comment: C: How to self-study (get onto) Bioinformatics and Data Analysis for Genomic, for w
... Thank you very much, Dr. Healey. I appreciate your kind suggestions. Currently, I'm a postgrad student (MolBio), I'm interested to explore the bioinformatics would be great if I can understand how to. Would be great if I can read what questions have been answered (with what kind of tools/approache ...
written 20 days ago by BIOAWY60
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Forum: How to self-study (get onto) Bioinformatics and Data Analysis for Genomic, for working with real life genomics data?
... My background is wet lab molecular biology & biotechnology and have not taken any bioinformatics course. Also, I have not mastered any programming language, but know some basics of R, a little. How can I self-study / get into Bioinformatics and Data Analysis for the Genomic field? Can someon ...
genome python forum R rna-seq bioinformatics written 20 days ago by BIOAWY60 • updated 20 days ago by michael.ante2.6k
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Comment: C: How do I explain to my non-bioinformatician labmates how to interpret principal
... Thank you for the ppt :) ...
written 4 weeks ago by BIOAWY60
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Comment: C: How to interpret PCA output statistically and biologically
... thanks, JC, I've upload original plot :) ...
written 5 weeks ago by BIOAWY60
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How to interpret PCA output statistically and biologically
... How can I interpret the PCA results statistically for biological data? I have used *FactoMineR* and *factoextra* libraries for PCA Scripts used: library(FactoMineR) res.PCA = PCA(df, scale.unit=TRUE, ncp=4, graph=F ) par(mfrow=c(1,2)) plot.PCA(res.PCA, axes=c(1, 2), choix="in ...
gene R rna-seq written 5 weeks ago by BIOAWY60 • updated 5 weeks ago by zx87544.8k
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Comment: C: HeatMap: how to cluster only the rows and keep order of the heatmap's column lab
... OMG, Thank you very much cpad0112. I am grateful to you!!! ...
written 5 weeks ago by BIOAWY60
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Comment: C: HeatMap: how to cluster only the rows and keep order of the heatmap's column lab
... Hi cpad0112, again back to you. I'm interested in clustering only the genes (rows), I want to keep the order of my samples as same as in the df. I've used below scripts (of course edited yours :D ) png("test6.png") heatmap.2(as.matrix(gdf1), Rowv = T, Colv = NA, dendrogram = "row", #scale = "r ...
written 5 weeks ago by BIOAWY60
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Comment: C: HeatMap: how to cluster only the rows and keep order of the heatmap's column lab
... Thank you very much cpad0112. ...
written 7 weeks ago by BIOAWY60
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Comment: C: HeatMap: how to cluster only the rows and keep order of the heatmap's column lab
... Oh Yes! This has the colorkey :D . wow, thanks cpad0112. BTW, was that an issue from my working directory? I am working on uni computer. So my working folders are networked (not local). Also, what is the purpose of this `dev.off()` syntax? Thank you very much. (now I feel you fed up with my thankin ...
written 7 weeks ago by BIOAWY60

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