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Comment: C: How to combine different data types and perform PCA in R
... I'm not sure how valid it is to ordinate using different sequencing types, because you might see separation based primarily on method and not on a biologically meaningful differences. But, you could try and see what it looks like I suppose. I would ensure the samples are normalized using the same me ...
written 9 days ago by NRC120
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Comment: C: Which bioinformatic tool can I use to assess overlapping genes between 2 dataset
... Are you working with a genome? Transcriptome? How were they processed? Is it an assembly? Usually assemblies reduce redundancy by removing identical contigs. Are you working with peptides or spectral counts? What tools are you currently using the examine the proteome? ...
written 9 days ago by NRC120
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Comment: C: BLAST Command Not Found Under Parent Directory
... I would recommend installing with conda, if you aren't already. It has taken care of almost all of my $PATH issues. https://anaconda.org/bioconda/blast ...
written 13 days ago by NRC120
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Answer: A: Mapping an unique KEGG pathway
... Look into the R package clusterProfiler: https://yulab-smu.github.io/clusterProfiler-book/chapter6.html ...
written 15 days ago by NRC120
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Comment: C: gene expression comparison between tpm and fpkm
... You could compare genes within one dataset, i.e., Gene A across samples within the TPM dataset and Gene A across samples from the FPKM data set, but I would NOT directly compare normalized values between the FPKM and TPM data sets. Get the raw count data and ensure they are normalized in the same ma ...
written 15 days ago by NRC120
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Answer: A: Heatmap of Distance Clusters
... pheatmap allows euclidean distance clusters among rows/columns https://davetang.org/muse/2018/05/15/making-a-heatmap-in-r-with-the-pheatmap-package/ ...
written 16 days ago by NRC120
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Answer: A: Custome database creation from RNAseq dataset for proteomics database search hel
... You need to assemble the transcriptome, and then translate into amino acid space. This can then be used as the fasta database you search against to assign PSMs. Trinity is one of the top performing assemblers, perhaps you should give it a try: https://github.com/trinityrnaseq/trinityrnaseq/wiki ...
written 17 days ago by NRC120
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Comment: C: using heat map to measure gene expression at different developmental stages
... Try log transforming your count matrix before plotting with heatmap. You can export log-transformed counts from edgeR directly: tmm<-cpm(dge, normalized.lib.size=T, log=T) ...
written 18 days ago by NRC120
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Comment: C: How to rarefying 18s rDNA data?
... You plot it before rarefying. I suggest following tutorials to do this: https://rpubs.com/brouwern/iNEXTvVEGAN ...
written 18 days ago by NRC120
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Comment: C: How to rarefying 18s rDNA data?
... I think you should rarefy first and then subset The goal of rarefying is to even out samples with respect to different sequencing depths. So, I think it makes the most sense to “normalize” and then subset the organisms that you are interested in. ...
written 18 days ago by NRC120

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