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Comment: C: Eigen genes using WGCNA
... Thanks Kevin for your reply. When I used the code as mentioned by you, data.frame(colnames(datExpr), mergedColors) it gave me like, colnames.datExpr. mergedColors 1 1-Dec grey 2 1-Mar grey 3 12-Sep grey ...
written 5 days ago by shivangi.agarwal80020 • updated 5 days ago by RamRS17k
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Comment: C: Eigen genes using WGCNA
... OK genomax, thanks for the information. Actually, I am new to it.. Anyway, thanks With regards ...
written 5 days ago by shivangi.agarwal80020
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Comment: A: Eigen genes using WGCNA
... Ok,I am sorry Kevin. But, it is not the other question, it is the same question. With regards ...
written 5 days ago by shivangi.agarwal80020
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Comment: A: Eigen genes using WGCNA
... Hello Can anyone tell how to print out the ME (module eigengenes) while using WGCNA? Regards Shivangi ...
written 5 days ago by shivangi.agarwal80020
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Comment: C: Eigen genes using WGCNA
... Ya MiKe you are right But I want to also know the name of eigengene in each module. Regards ...
written 6 days ago by shivangi.agarwal80020
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Comment: C: Eigen genes using WGCNA
... Hi Mike I want to extract eigengenes in each module and not modules, I have given all codes I followed and the one I tried for eigengenes extraction, but could not do. Please look into it. Thanks in advance ...
written 7 days ago by shivangi.agarwal80020
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Comment: C: Eigen genes using WGCNA
... mydata = read.csv("data.csv", sep = "\t"); datExpr0 = as.data.frame(t(mydata[, -c(1)])); rownames(datExpr0) = names(mydata)[-c(1)]; sampleTree = hclust(dist(datExpr0), method = "average"); table(clust) traitData = read.csv("trait2.csv"); allTraits = traitData[,]; fema ...
written 7 days ago by shivangi.agarwal80020 • updated 7 days ago by Kevin Blighe28k
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Eigen genes using WGCNA
... Hi I am using WGCNA to calculate eigen genes using tutorial https://horvath.genetics.ucla.edu/html/CoexpressionNetwork/Rpackages/WGCNA/Tutorials/FemaleLiver-02-networkConstr-man.pdf I just want to check or list out name of eigen gene in each module, but I could not. Can anyone suggest? Regards ...
wgcna eigengenes written 8 days ago by shivangi.agarwal80020 • updated 5 days ago by Kevin Blighe28k
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Comment: C: Filter out data for coding genes
... I have patient'swise data which contains expression value (FPKM) for each of the gene in each of the patient. (FPKM.txt files) ...
written 6 weeks ago by shivangi.agarwal80020
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Filter out data for coding genes
... Hello all I have obtained RNA-seq data from TCGA. The data contains about 56,000 genes (gene symbols and ensemble ids) that contains pseudo, uncharacterized, non-coding and coding genes. I am looking for the efficient way to filter out the data for only coding genes. Can anyone suggest? Rega ...
coding rna-seq written 6 weeks ago by shivangi.agarwal80020

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