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geom_bar plot with several variables
... Hi all, I need your help. I am struggling on getting a bar plot with ggplot2 package. Imagine I have 3 different variables (which would be my y values in aes) that I want to plot for each of my samples (x aes): str(df) 'data.frame': 4 obs. of 4 variables: $ samples: Factor w/ 4 ...
R ggplot2 written 15 days ago by jordi.planells70
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Comment: C: Using forloop to add headers to multiple files
... Thank you too, arup! ...
written 29 days ago by jordi.planells70
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Comment: C: Using forloop to add headers to multiple files
... Thank you a lot!! It is really appreciated ...
written 29 days ago by jordi.planells70
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Comment: C: Using forloop to add headers to multiple files
... Ok thank you so much! So basically you are suggesting me to do this with a shell `for` loop and `sed/awk` command instead. Thank you so much again for your help! Cheers! ...
written 29 days ago by jordi.planells70
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Comment: C: R for loop
... Basically, what i want to do is to add column names to my files, in one piece of code. For a single file, the code would be: data <- read.table("file", sep = "\t", header = FALSE) names(data) colnames(data) <- a write.table(data, "file", sep = "\t", col.names = TRUE, row.names ...
written 4 weeks ago by jordi.planells70
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Using forloop to add headers to multiple files
... Hi guys! I need help in setting a `for` loop in R (I'm quite new programming in R). I would like to add the same header to all the files that match a concrete pattern inside a folder. To get the list of files I'm using the following code: filelist <- list.files(pattern = "DESeq2_result*") ...
R written 4 weeks ago by jordi.planells70 • updated 29 days ago by arup850
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Comment: C: Changing file name with sed command
... Thank you! Your answer is very much appreciated ...
written 5 weeks ago by jordi.planells70
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Comment: C: Changing file name with sed command
... got them named like this from modENCODE page, but thanks for the information, never will dare to do it (poor kittens!) ...
written 5 weeks ago by jordi.planells70
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Changing file name with sed command
... Hi all. I need a little bit of help. I have a list of files in a folder, they look like this: H3K4me1/Cell-Line=S2-DRSC#Developmental-Stage=Late-Embryonic-stage#Tissue=Embryo-derived-cell-line/ChIP-chip/Rep-1//Dmel_r5.32/modENCODE_304.gff3 H3K4me2/Cell-Line=S2-DRSC#Developmental-Sta ...
chip-seq written 5 weeks ago by jordi.planells70
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Comment: C: Volcano plot help code
... Of course! toptable <- read.table("topTable_DESeq2.tabular", sep = "\t", header = T, as.is = T) attach(toptable) library(ggplot2) EnhancedVolcanoDESeq2 <- function(toptable, AdjustedCutoff=0.05, LabellingCutoff=0.05, FCCutoff=2.0, main="VolcanoPlot") and the plot comman ...
written 7 months ago by jordi.planells70

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