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Comment: C: Confusion about WGCNA results
... I got that. Thanks a lot for your suggestion. ...
written 8 weeks ago by younglin11350
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Comment: C: Confusion about WGCNA results
... There are 1564 genes in the "yellow" module. And the `1-cor(MEs)` result between `MEgrey` and `MEyellow` is 0.2207696. ...
written 8 weeks ago by younglin11350
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Comment: C: Confusion about WGCNA results
... Thanks a lot for your response. It helps a lot. But according to the labeledHeatmap, the "grey" module correlated to the AD trait most closely, should I ignore this and focus on "yellow" module for further analysis? ...
written 8 weeks ago by younglin11350
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Comment: C: Confusion about WGCNA results
... ![enter image description here][1] [1]: https://ibb.co/27SXNYq ...
written 8 weeks ago by younglin11350
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Confusion about WGCNA results
... Lately, I have tried to perform WGCNA analysis in R with WGCNA package against a RNA-seq dataset. And in this process, I found the numbers of color modules displayed by labeledHeatmap and Epigegene Network were different. And the code that produced those two plots are: labeledHeatmap(Matrix = m ...
software error written 8 weeks ago by younglin11350 • updated 8 weeks ago by andres.firrincieli1.1k
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(Closed) A proper descriptive term for "protein"
... "gene" and "RNA" both have their corresponding adjective words: "genetic" and "transcriptional", so how should I describe the "protein" in adjective format? ...
gene genome written 3 months ago by younglin11350
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How to deal with the twice BS-seq data for the same sample?
... Hello everyone, Recently, I am dealing with a batch of BS-seq based single-base resolution DNA methylation data. But I got into this trouble: for the same sample, since the sequencing depth was not enough in the first time, so we added another sequencing procedure. And now I want to analy ...
dna methylation bs-seq written 15 months ago by younglin11350
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Using PLINK to join SNPs based on HapMap release 23
... I recently read an article about SNPs analysis. And I cannot find out how they did the process. Here is the description in this article: INRICH was used to infer the relationship between H4K16ac changes and PLINK-joined AD GWAS SNP intervals (linkage due to HapMap release 23) using standard paramet ...
plink;snp written 16 months ago by younglin11350 • updated 14 months ago by Biostar ♦♦ 20
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Comment: C: The confused result of samtools sort
... Thanks a lot. It's really helped my doubts. ...
written 23 months ago by younglin11350
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Comment: C: The confused result of samtools sort
... Oh, so it is. Thanks a lot. So I just need to change the header and it can sort as I want it to, is that what you mean ? ...
written 23 months ago by younglin11350

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