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Comment: C: differently expressed genes
... i have htseq-count TCGA breast cancer data and i have done TMM normalization. basically i want to use machine learning algorithms for my analysis ...
written 7 months ago by maryak10
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differently expressed genes
... Is there any way to check that i have obtained the correct set of differently expressed genes?can i come to know about differently expressed genes by just looking at normalized data? i apologize if some one find my question naive. ...
gene rna-seq written 7 months ago by maryak10 • updated 7 months ago by kristoffer.vittingseerup1.8k
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limitations of Edge R or DEseq
... Are there any limitations of Edge R or DEseq while doing differential gene expression analysis? ...
gene rna-seq written 7 months ago by maryak10 • updated 7 months ago by waqaskhokhar99940
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Comment: C: normalized rna seq data
... sorry i missed to mention that the data is log2(count+1) transformed... so that why i did MAA <- (2^MA)-1 but still unable to figure out wheres the problem ...
written 7 months ago by maryak10
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Comment: C: normalized rna seq data
... Actually my raw count data was log 2 transformed so i reversed the transformation in order to get original counts ...
written 7 months ago by maryak10
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Comment: C: normalized rna seq data
... library(edgeR) RNAseq2 <-read.delim("C:\\Users\\hp \\Desktop\\BRCA.tsv",header = TRUE) rnames <-RNAseq2[,1] MA <- data.matrix(RNAseq2[,2:49]) MAA <- (2^MA)-1 dge <- DGEList(MAA) dim(dge) #getCounts(dge) cal <- ...
written 7 months ago by maryak10
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Comment: C: normalized rna seq data
... i have negative values as well.Can you please guide me what might went wrong? ...
written 7 months ago by maryak10
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normalized rna seq data
... My TMM normalized RNA seq data has some positive values ,zero values and non zero values .Now what does these three types of values indicates?how i will know that a gene is expressed or not or differently expressed? ...
gene rna-seq written 7 months ago by maryak10
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Comment: C: RNA seq and machine learning
... No, there is no information regarding RNA Seq data and PSO. ...
written 7 months ago by maryak10
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Comment: C: RNA seq and machine learning
... in python.what kind of manual? ...
written 7 months ago by maryak10

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