User: lkianmehr

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Convert Gene stable ID to Gene Symbol
... Hello I need to convert gene stable ID like this (ENSMUSG00000028461.12) to gene name. I used Biomart and I have a list of gene stable ID. I don't know how to join mine list with Biomart together, because Biomart gene stable ID list has not the decimal number in ID, do you have any idea? thanks ...
gene next-gen rna-seq written 4 days ago by lkianmehr10 • updated 4 days ago by finswimmer4.4k
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Comment: C: comparision pairwise samples with DESeq2
... I have 2 series samples. series 1 include above data from Normal and high-fat diet samples and Series 2 include mutant mouse data with Normal and high-fat diet. series 1 data are in 2 folders (Mouse and Human) and Series 2 are in another folder. at first, I want to compare each one pairwise and then ...
written 17 days ago by lkianmehr10
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Comment: C: comparision pairwise samples with DESeq2
... I did it by HTSeq-count analysis. what do you mean about an organization? alright. just because I am new with R and don't have enough time to be expert wanted to help me. ...
written 17 days ago by lkianmehr10
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Comment: C: comparision pairwise samples with DESeq2
... Sorry, F0F, F0N, and F1F samples are same but the type of sequence is different, one of them is Free-RNA and another is DNA-associated RNA (from Mouse). furthermore, I have 4 samples like that from the human. at first, I am going to compare Mouse samples (with the above order), then compare them ver ...
written 17 days ago by lkianmehr10
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Comment: C: comparision pairwise samples with DESeq2
... I got this error: Error in is(object, "DESeqDataSet") : object 'dds' not found ...
written 17 days ago by lkianmehr10
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comparision pairwise samples with DESeq2
... Hello I need your help to resolve this problem with DESeq2 because It's my first experience with DESeq2! I have read other related posts, but I can't understand how can do it for my samples. I have 8 samples (count file) and want to compare them pairwise! I need to compare : 1-F0N D-RNA3 / to F ...
rna-seq dseq2 written 17 days ago by lkianmehr10 • updated 17 days ago by h.mon18k
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Comment: C: how do merge several same columns as a rowname in R
... I was working with DESeq2 but before that dataframe of data was needed change. I wanted just to explain the problem with a small example like that! thank you! ...
written 18 days ago by lkianmehr10
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Comment: C: how do merge several same columns as a rowname in R
... I would be glad to explain to me what topic is the specifically bioinformatic problem and could you introduce me where can resolve such problems? I think just who are using such programs can resolve it not anyone else. my question is tagged with RNA-seq! anyway, this is not important that you closed ...
written 18 days ago by lkianmehr10
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Comment: C: how do merge several same columns as a rowname in R
... I don't know why you always are closing my questions! It is exactly related to bioinformatics and not just R!!!! Because when everybody is doing some bioinformatic analysis with the order in pipeline, finally is needed to do with R. I got count files from htseq-count and they should be analysis by ...
written 18 days ago by lkianmehr10
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Comment: C: how do merge several same columns as a rowname in R
... Thank you very much. this code was efficient! ...
written 19 days ago by lkianmehr10

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