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Gene expression level is same in normal and cancer tissues
... Hello guys, I am stuck on the study of gene expression pattern of cancer. If gene expression level is same for normal and cancer tissue then can we classify or categorized the normal and cancer data? ...
gene expression written 10 weeks ago by sana777munquad0
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Comment: C: Principle component analysis
... I have two datasets having having higher featurecontrib value in one dataset is .97 while in another dataset .47. how to set the cut off for each dataset. ...
written 12 weeks ago by sana777munquad0
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Comment: C: Principle component analysis
... Thank you very much for your reply. df$X>0.8 It is mandatory or we can set the cut off 0.7 or 0.6 as well? ...
written 12 weeks ago by sana777munquad0
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(Closed) Principle component ananlysis, variable selection
... while performing PCA to reduce the dimension of the variable using "Factomine R" package in R. I want to extract the each individual gene contribution towards principle component. using this function "var$contrib:" I extracted the file but I unable to set the cut off I mean upto which cutoff I have ...
gene pca selection written 12 weeks ago by sana777munquad0 • updated 12 weeks ago by Kevin Blighe71k
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Principle component analysis
... while performing PCA to reduce the dimension of the variable using "Factomine R" package in R. I want to extract the each individual gene contribution towards principle component. using this function "var$contrib:" I extracted the file but I unable to set the cut off I mean upto which cutoff I have ...
cut-off pca written 12 weeks ago by sana777munquad0 • updated 12 weeks ago by Kevin Blighe71k
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Comment: C: Low expressed genes
... ohk then how to remove low count genes in 90% of samples? ...
written 4 months ago by sana777munquad0
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Low expressed genes
... from one review I found this statement: removing features whose counts are consistently low (for example, removing all features that have a count of less than say 10 in more than 90% of the samples) Can you explain how to remove less count genes in 90% samples in excel??? Anyone please guide me ...
rna-seq written 4 months ago by sana777munquad0 • updated 4 months ago by ATpoint46k
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Comment: C: RNA seq data analysis and building co expression network
... removing features whose counts are consistently low (for example, removing all features that have a count of less than say 10 in more than 90% of the samples) Can you explain how to remove less count genes in 90% samples in excel??? ...
written 4 months ago by sana777munquad0
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Comment: A: DESeq2 for Differential gene expression
... I have count matrix in float format (eg 8.99, 5.98) and prepared metadata also. ...
written 6 months ago by sana777munquad0
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Comment: C: DESeq2 for Differential gene expression
... Yes I went many tutorials but after library installation I am unable to import my data in this library ...
written 6 months ago by sana777munquad0

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