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Comment: C: Extrapolate transcripts that dictate difference between samples in PCA
... Someone please!!?!?!?! ...
written 4 days ago by lucatucciarone50
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Comment: C: Extrapolate transcripts that dictate difference between samples in PCA
... any news on this subject? ...
written 4 days ago by lucatucciarone50
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Comment: A: Extrapolate transcripts that dictate difference between samples in PCA
... I have thought of a strategy to partially address my question: My observation starts with **A** to C and **D** to E going into the same direction. Now, one way to answer that question would be to: Extrapolate from both PCs (1 and 2) genes that are most variable (and thus dictates the PC1 and 2) ...
written 7 days ago by lucatucciarone50
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Comment: C: Extrapolate transcripts that dictate difference between samples in PCA
... Oki! Sorry about that, I am new to the website : ) ...
written 10 days ago by lucatucciarone50
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Comment: C: Extrapolate transcripts that dictate difference between samples in PCA
... Would you kindly suggest me some papers/tools that explains this pipeline that you are suggesting? ...
written 10 days ago by lucatucciarone50
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Comment: C: Extrapolate transcripts that dictate difference between samples in PCA
... This is very interesting reply, thank you. I'd have one more question on the subject: Given that there are no trajectory, do you think is legitimate to think that " **A** to C and **D** to E" may have some genes that go in the same direction and for that reason their "path/differences" may be sim ...
written 10 days ago by lucatucciarone50
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Extrapolate transcripts that dictate difference between samples in PCA
... I'm interested in extrapolating what transcripts dictates differences between sample in a PCA from RNA-seq data. [This][1] is the PCA of RNA-seq on different samples (**A**,B,C,**D**,E,**F**,G): Samples are in duplicate and are circled for better understanding. **Bold** samples are controls, sampl ...
R rna-seq written 10 days ago by lucatucciarone50
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Comment: C: Explore objects in R (ChiPseeker)
... table(peakAnnoList[[1]]@detailGenomicAnnotation$genic) FALSE TRUE 4762 20772 This is exactly what I was searching for! I can apply it for every detailGenomicAnnotation and every object in peakAnnoList and the job is done! : ) THANK YOU GUYS! ...
written 3 months ago by lucatucciarone50
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Comment: C: Explore objects in R (ChiPseeker)
... I'll move it in the main post. I'm very sorry. I'm still getting used to the forum rules : ( ...
written 3 months ago by lucatucciarone50
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Answer: A: Explore objects in R (ChiPseeker)
... Updated the main post with new info ...
written 3 months ago by lucatucciarone50

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