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How to make batch univariate cox analysis for list
... I have been trying to make batch univariate cox analysis with apply family and for loops, but I can't edit useful and effective codes. Please, please help me! I have prepared two kinds of data. Data A, "data_train_list" is a list comprising many data frames. And each column elements in every data f ...
batch univariate cox analysis apply written 10 hours ago by BioLite20 • updated 10 hours ago by Kevin Blighe45k
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Comment: C: R package survivalROC error
... Thanks to the manager. I have corrected my post. ...
written 18 days ago by BioLite20
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R package survivalROC error
... Hi, company, I am using package survivalROC to plot roc curv. But when I calculate true-positive and false-positive with function survivalROC, I get an error , Here are my analyzing code: survivalROC(Stime = HR_ICGC_e_sample$time, status = HR_ICGC_e_sample$status, ...
survivalroc written 18 days ago by BioLite20
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R package for cross-platform meta analysis
... I want to run a meta-analysis with some GEO datasets from several different platforms, including GPL257(NCI_UniGEM2_HCC), GPL25507(NanoString cancer immune panel v1.1 + 6 custom genes), GPL8432(Illumina HumanRef-8 WG-DASL v3.0), and some Affymetrix microarrays with different sub-platform. I want ...
corss-platform meta-analysis written 4 months ago by BioLite20 • updated 4 months ago by Kevin Blighe45k
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Help for glmnet analyzing gene-pairs survival datas.
... Hi, Does anybody know glmnet? I've read some articles, which referred to a gene-pairs conception, and they analyzed survival data within the form of gene-pairs. [enter link description here][1] and [enter link description here][2]. What puzzles me is how to prepare the needed data. I know they all ...
gene-pairs survival analysis glmnet written 4 months ago by BioLite20 • updated 3 months ago by Biostar ♦♦ 20
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Importing networks from Cytoscape public database is very very slowly!
... Hi, companies, I want to search some genes (less than 25) interactions. Because of its abundant database information, I choose to import these interactions by Cytoscape public database. However, it runs like a little tortoise, despaired. Maybe someone would give me some useful suggestions? Thanks! ...
network database web cytoscape written 7 months ago by BioLite20 • updated 7 months ago by scooter80
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Comment: C: How to deal with the NAs in WGCNA trait file?
... Thanks for your patience~ Wish you have a great day! ...
written 7 months ago by BioLite20
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Comment: C: How to deal with the NAs in WGCNA trait file?
... But, dear Kevin, please forgive my carelessness firstly. It's happened to me that there are "ClinicalTraits.csv" in WGCNA tutorial, like this,[ClinicalTraits.csv][1], and we can see many NAs in this table. Another, I have noticed that tutorial codes didn't cut or make any other treatments to these N ...
written 7 months ago by BioLite20
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Comment: C: How to deal with the NAs in WGCNA trait file?
... Yes, Kevin, thanks for your help, I will check my data again, hoping to reach a not bad result. Thanks again! ...
written 7 months ago by BioLite20
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How to deal with the NAs in WGCNA trait file?
... Hi, heroes, I want to create a WGCNA trait file with microarray clinical information. This clinical information includes numerical variable, nominal variable, and an ordinal categorical variable, the embarrassing thing is they all have NAs. I know using numbers to stand for the former two variable ...
wgcna trait file nas written 7 months ago by BioLite20 • updated 7 months ago by Kevin Blighe45k

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