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how to get rid of redundancies in an RNA-seq experiment but preserving genes changing in opposite directions?
... Hello there, it ha been a while since my last post. I spent a lot of time with my music stuff (please, see my nickname if you don't have sarcasm), I know you missed me! today, I would like to ask you a very simple question that I was not able to find in any of the other posts over there (mea culpa) ...
data mining rna-seq written 27 days ago by Mozart100 • updated 26 days ago by JC7.6k
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Comment: A: Network/Pathway Analysis from Mass Spec data
... I don't really know how big was your help...as usual you solved my problem in a matter of secs; you are incredible Kevin!! Thanks a lot, I guess that's all I need.. I will dedicate one of my composition to you! ahahah Thanks again. ...
written 5 months ago by Mozart100
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Comment: C: Network/Pathway Analysis from Mass Spec data
... Sorry, I didn't get it! I actually have just one tissue at different time points at the moment...but, I mean, I just want to know the time effects in these two systems. so I guess it is the same identical thing. ![time 0][1] ![1 day][2] ![2 days][3] so time 0 [1]: http://i65.tinypic.com/nx6v ...
written 5 months ago by Mozart100
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Comment: C: Network/Pathway Analysis from Mass Spec data
... thanks a lot for your (very much appreciated) help, Kevin. You are the best... ![enter image description here][1] hope that make any sense [1]: http://i63.tinypic.com/2a4s515.png ...
written 5 months ago by Mozart100
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Comment: C: Network/Pathway Analysis from Mass Spec data
... thanks to you, Kevin! so what we got is: Family (149) Member (1) Database (SwissProt) Accession (KDM4A_MOUSE) Score (18) Mass (3933362) Num.of matches (534) Num.of significant matches (1) Num of sequences (544) Num of significant sequences (1) emPAI (100) Description (Lysine-specific demethylase 4 ...
written 5 months ago by Mozart100
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Comment: C: Network/Pathway Analysis from Mass Spec data
... Hey Kevin, glad to see you there...yeah I am keep doing amazing stuff with this piece of wood...!!! so I am not entirely sure I got it right but probably you mean some extra information about the machine and like...so: Mass spectrometer is a Thermo Velos Pro Sample time run was 1hr reaction volu ...
written 5 months ago by Mozart100
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Network/Pathway Analysis from Mass Spec data
... Hello there, a colleague asked me to analyse some mass spec data for him. the idea is to do the analysis of pathways/networks to get some results. I have a really tiny experience on transcriptomics and thus I am not sure if the term "score" and "emPAI" can be used as a "p value" and a "fold-change", ...
proteomics written 5 months ago by Mozart100
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Comment: C: Surrogate variable analysis: ask for a practical example
... Thank so much for the incredible support, guys..! Have a great weekend... Mozart ...
written 10 months ago by Mozart100
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Comment: C: Surrogate variable analysis: ask for a practical example
... Thanks for your reply. After having read your post, I am still not sure of what I am doing, sorry. A more practical example, with numbers, would help me to understand a bit better I think. How the 'numbers are corrected' I have no idea. ...
written 10 months ago by Mozart100
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Surrogate variable analysis: ask for a practical example
... Hello there, first of all I want to thanks all the community to support my silly questions for months and in particular one of the "big guys", i.e. Kevin, who helped me a lot with many many issues (I think he deserves a statue!)... I am here after months because I am basically trying to read as muc ...
sva rna-seq written 10 months ago by Mozart100 • updated 10 months ago by RamRS20k

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