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Comment: C: Evaluate single cell data to look at combinations of gene expression within sing
... Do you have another suggestion for how I could try to assess this? ...
written 8 months ago by stellaparker10
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Evaluate single cell data to look at combinations of gene expression within single cells
... I have a large single cell data set and I am interested in a certain set of approx 50 genes and I want to evaluate in which combinations that they are expressed within single cells. For example: Cell 1 expresses: gene 1, gene 3, and gene 4 Cell 2 expresses: gene 1, gene 8, gene 18, and gene 17 and ...
scrna-seq analysis rna-seq written 10 months ago by stellaparker10 • updated 10 months ago by singlecell0
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Comment: C: Efficient way to convert several lists into a present/absent binary format?
... They need to match but not necessarily in the same row, but by presence in the key. Like in your example, col2 has an F but it's in row 7 and not 6, so it gets a "FALSE", but an F is really in the list. ...
written 10 months ago by stellaparker10
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Comment: C: Efficient way to convert several lists into a present/absent binary format?
... It looked to work initially, but it seems that if there is any value in the "Gene" column and there is also any value at all in then subsequent column, it outputs a "1". It doesn't provide a "1" if the actual gene is there or not. ...
written 11 months ago by stellaparker10
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Comment: C: Efficient way to convert several lists into a present/absent binary format?
... That seems to work very well! Thank you so much! ...
written 11 months ago by stellaparker10
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Comment: C: Efficient way to convert several lists into a present/absent binary format?
... This is the goal: ![https://i.postimg.cc/rsG4tYGp/Screen_Shot_2018-09-22_at_6.08.22_PM.png][1] [1]: https://i.postimg.cc/rsG4tYGp/Screen_Shot_2018-09-22_at_6.08.22_PM.png ...
written 11 months ago by stellaparker10
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Comment: C: Efficient way to convert several lists into a present/absent binary format?
... I'm not sure if there is an easy way, but I would ultimately need to be in an actual data frame with each gene in column 1 and the following columns being each list with either a 1 or 0 at each gene position depending on its presence in the list. Or each being a column and each list being a row with ...
written 11 months ago by stellaparker10
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Comment: C: Efficient way to convert several lists into a present/absent binary format?
... Not quite as in the example that you have posted above, like this: ![enter image description here][1] [1]: https://i.postimg.cc/yNdysjHZ/Screen_Shot_2018-09-22_at_12.53.22_PM.png ...
written 11 months ago by stellaparker10
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Comment: C: Efficient way to convert several lists into a present/absent binary format?
... I'm currently in a format where I have the "list name" as my column header, followed by the genes themselves listed down the column with the next list in the next column. ...
written 11 months ago by stellaparker10
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Efficient way to convert several lists into a present/absent binary format?
... I have several (15) very long lists of genes that I want to convert into a binary (present or absent, like a 0 or 1) format in order to compare the sets graphically. Is there a speedy and straightforward way to achieve this? ...
gene binary lists written 11 months ago by stellaparker10 • updated 11 months ago by RamRS23k

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