User: afli

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How to analyse TXT format microarray data
... Dear friend, I want to analyse some microarray data in TXT format. I analyse CEL format data previously, but this time I could hardly find any procedures to analyse the TXT format data. My purpose is to find the differential genes between each two samples. Can someone tell me how to analyse the TXT ...
microarray txt written 26 days ago by afli170 • updated 25 days ago by Friederike3.3k
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Comment: C: How to study gene expression network?
... Nice to meet you again, and thank you very much for your suggestions Kevin! ...
written 26 days ago by afli170
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Comment: C: How to interpret Bayesian network for selected genes
... hello, how can I learn the probabilistic modeling of gene expression? Thank you! ...
written 4 weeks ago by afli170
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How to study gene expression network?
... Hi, I'm new in bioinformatics and I'm very interested in methods that can model the gene expression variation. I did some analysis about gene expression cluster construction using WGCNA. I've read some papers that employ machine learning methods to analyse gene expression network. I want to learn th ...
bioinformation network gene expression written 4 weeks ago by afli170 • updated 4 weeks ago by mayagreen9930
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Comment: C: How to make barplot with points in ggplot2
... Sorry, I'll search StackExchange or similar sites for my question. Thank you for your suggestion. ...
written 7 weeks ago by afli170
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(Closed) How to make barplot with points in ggplot2
... Dear all, how to make barplot with points in ggplot2? I know that graphpad can do this, but I wonder if there are ways in R. The point should be dispersive, not devided by bins. Just like the picture below. Thank you very much! ![enter image description here][1] [1]: https://de.cyverse.org/dl/d ...
ggplot2 barplot point written 7 weeks ago by afli170
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Comment: C: RNA-seq mapping rate
... Thank you, this sounds reasonable. ...
written 3 months ago by afli170
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Comment: C: RNA-seq mapping rate
... I've added the information above. ...
written 3 months ago by afli170
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Comment: C: RNA-seq mapping rate
... Thank you for your suggestion. ...
written 3 months ago by afli170
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RNA-seq mapping rate
... Hi, I have a basic question about RNA-seq analysis. If reads alignment rate is about 40-50% (from bowties, hisat2, or other alignment tools), would it be appropriate to increase the sequencing depth and get enough aligned reads to do analysis? Or this low alignment rate would cause some bias so we s ...
rna-seq written 3 months ago by afli170 • updated 3 months ago by Devon Ryan88k

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