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Comment: C: Differentially expressed genes between sensitive and non sensitive with a simple
... Thanks for the tip. I have already tried it with bra, but had made no change. :( The link has helped me, because probably the most important is: "... there is never a reason to set a lower threshold just to get a higher FDR." Accordingly, the FDR must then fit. I did not choose "BH" because I was a ...
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Comment: C: Differentially expressed genes between sensitive and non sensitive with a simple
... Thank you for your help. It worked well with p-adjust and went amazingly fast. The code for the FDR: SensitivVersusRezesiv <- SensitivVersusRezesiv[order( abs(SensitivVersusRezesiv$statistic), decreasing=TRUE), ] FDR = p.adjust(SensitivVersusRezesiv$p.value, method = "fdr") SensitivVersusR ...
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Comment: C: Differentially expressed genes between sensitive and non sensitive with a simple
... Okay thanks. I have a total of 22277 genes, of which only 15316 have an FDR value. Does my code agree roughly, or did I calculate the FDR incorrectly? No I do not know that. There is still a mistake somewhere. I just can not find. I've improved it once more and selected the best 10 genes: stati ...
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Comment: C: Differentially expressed genes between sensitive and non sensitive with a simple
... Good morning, now I've improved it: Thank you for your tips and help, then I will try it with Limma. As far as I know, x1 and x2 are already a vector. I'm trying to compare the RIGHT and FALSE. **A wrapper function to perform a t-test for all genes** my.t.test <- function(y, group, alternat ...
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Comment: C: Differentially expressed genes between sensitive and non sensitive with a simple
... But I can not use that. In the picture I have attached, it says that I should do it only with a t-test first. For me it does not work at the moment. Is "limma" the same? ...
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Comment: C: Differentially expressed genes between sensitive and non sensitive with a simple
... Right. Sorry, I just did not pay attention. I will pay attention to it now. ...
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Comment: A: Differentially expressed genes between sensitive and non sensitive with a simple
... Yes, I have more than one. This should only be an excerpt. ...
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Comment: A: Differentially expressed genes between sensitive and non sensitive with a simple
... Yes, but that should be our job. Do you know how to get it out with the t-test? ![enter image description here][1] https://ibb.co/eO9BVe [1]: http://%20%20http://ibb.co/eO9BVe ...
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Differentially expressed genes between sensitive and non sensitive with a simple t-test with FDR control
... Hello everyone, I want to find differentially expressed genes between sensitive and non-sensitive cells using a simple T-test and FDR control. To generate the expression data for me: library(affy) library(qvalue) cell.lines<-read.csv("sensitivity.csv",row.names=1,header=TRUE ...
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