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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 9 days ago by BioLite20 • updated 9 days ago by scooter60
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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 10 days 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 11 days 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 11 days 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 11 days ago by BioLite20 • updated 11 days ago by Kevin Blighe33k
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Ask help for TCGAnalyze_SurvivalCoxNET function.
... Hi, I'm dealing with TCGA data, but when I visualized my interested genes with TCGAnalyze_SurvivalCoxNET function, I was informed an error by R. Here is my code and error: TabCoxNet <- TCGAvisualize_SurvivalCoxNET(dataClin, dataFilt, ...
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Comment: C: Help for TCGA CNV data error.
... Woo... It works well. Embarrassing and sorry for my careless.. Thank you, handsome and kind Kevin. ...
written 28 days ago by BioLite20
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Comment: C: Help for TCGA CNV data error.
... Dear Kevin, Thanks for your help, but the error still exists. load(lihcnocnvhg19.rda) Error in load(lihcnocnvhg19.rda) : object 'lihcnocnvhg19.rda' not found Maybe there are some faults in my GDCquery() arguments? Crying... ...
written 29 days ago by BioLite20
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Help for TCGA CNV data error.
... Hi, I'm analyzing TCGA CNV data, following the workflow in TCGAWorkflow(https://www.bioconductor.org/packages/release/workflows/vignettes/TCGAWorkflow/inst/doc/TCGAWorkflow.html#genomic_analysis), I write code as following to get TCGA-LIHC' CNV data: #Genomic analysis query.lihc.nocnv <- ...
tcga cnv written 29 days ago by BioLite20 • updated 29 days ago by Kevin Blighe33k
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Comment: C: How to extract the subcluster based on PCC (pearson correlation coefficient) in
... Maybe I can use cutree() extract every subgroup, and then calculate their PCC summations then making a comparison? But this doesn't like the best method? ...
written 9 weeks ago by BioLite20

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