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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, ...
tcganalyze_survivalcoxnet function tcgaworkflow written 14 months ago by BioLite20 • updated 9 months ago by mhittle0
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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 14 months 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 14 months 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 14 months ago by BioLite20 • updated 14 months ago by Kevin Blighe53k
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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 15 months ago by BioLite20
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How to extract the subcluster based on PCC (pearson correlation coefficient) in Hierarchical Clustering ?
... Hi, company, I am doing a Hierarchical Clustering with a gene expression data based on PCC (Pearson correlation coefficient), and want to extract the subcluster whose sum of PCC is the highest, I know cutree() can help me extract subgroup, however, how to output the highest PCC group? Any ideas? Tha ...
pcc hierarchical clustering extract subcluster written 15 months ago by BioLite20 • updated 15 months ago by Kevin Blighe53k
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Comment: C: Fake good model design: sum(result$adj.P.Val<0.05) [1] 1
... Yes, I'm doing like you said. Thanks again! ...
written 16 months ago by BioLite20
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Comment: C: Fake good model design: sum(result$adj.P.Val<0.05) [1] 1
... Yes, It can say that I made a very slowly and painful progress in Bioinformatics because I learning by myself completely. Now, I am trying to practice analysis Agilent single channel microarray. AT, maybe you can give me some precious suggestions or another good practice article? Thank you very ...
written 16 months ago by BioLite20
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Comment: C: Fake good model design: sum(result$adj.P.Val<0.05) [1] 1
... Thanks, ATpoint, I only can find this delineation——"The expression of 41,096 genes (Figure 3A) in liver tumor tissues from oxaliplatin- and GS-treated s.c. tumor mice was compared in three independent experiments. Gene expression in tumors from oxaliplatin- and GS-treated s.c. tumor mice had both si ...
written 16 months ago by BioLite20
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Fake good model design: sum(result$adj.P.Val<0.05) [1] 1
... Hi, friends, Is there someone could correct my default codes or thoughts? The highest appreciate from me. There are 6 samples with 2 kinds of treatments, like this: array treatment GSM1 control-1 GSM2 control-2 GSM3 control-3 GSM4 Oxali-1 GSM5 ...
model design limma model.matrix written 16 months ago by BioLite20 • updated 16 months ago by ATpoint28k

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