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HVG and variation coefficient
... Hi, I'm looking for highly variable genes from a data set. I have calculated the coefficient of variation of the expressed genes of my dataset and inserted them in a histogram graph. Now I should select only the highly variable genes. Should I select genes with a coefficient of variation >1, or h ...
gene dataset analysis written 4 days ago by SeaStar20
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create a double bar plot to compare data
... I created a data frame of data: data <- element ova.x testes.x ova.y testes.y 1 Dong-1 0.34000000 1.1200000 0.06694795 2.89051799 My goal is to create a bar chart that compares value ova.x,ova.y testes.x,testes.y for the given elemen ...
R plot bar chart written 17 days ago by SeaStar20
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Comment: C: plot principal component analysis: how to improve the graphics
... In which way can I extract the coordinates? for example, making `prcomp()` could be a good solution? ...
written 23 days ago by SeaStar20
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plot principal component analysis: how to improve the graphics
... I have created this PCA plot using BioGenerics with my data: boxplotPCA= plotPCA(table, labels =TRUE, isLog= FALSE, main= "PCA") obtaining this plot: ![enter image description here][1] But I would like to make the graph more explanatory by adding dots near each name. Someone can help me? ...
R pca written 23 days ago by SeaStar20 • updated 23 days ago by igor8.8k
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Creation of a correlation heatmap between samples
... I have two samples with different degree of expression in tissues. s1 name tis1 tis2 tis3 tis4 tis5 tis6 tis7 tis8 tis9 tis10 tis11 tis12 S1 0 0 0 12.1 29.2 1.9 0.45 0.2 17.0 0.4 0.7 ...
gene R written 24 days ago by SeaStar20
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Comment: C: extract unique sequences on bam file
... A kind of analysis that allows me to count the repetitive elements in the trascripts. Anyway I ve tried a solution. I opened the bam with samtools, and I made unique() to count the unique reads that drop in some elements of interest. For example I made unique to all the reads presents in SINEs ...
written 3 months ago by SeaStar20
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Comment: C: extract unique sequences on bam file
... Sorry, I would to analize the bam file produced with tophat in r environment ...
written 3 months ago by SeaStar20
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Comment: C: extract unique sequences on bam file
... Yes, it is correct. I want to check if the reads don't align 2 or more times the same sequence ...
written 3 months ago by SeaStar20
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Comment: C: extract unique sequences on bam file
... I'VE used tophat. I would make this analysis on R ...
written 3 months ago by SeaStar20
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Comment: C: extract unique sequences on bam file
... I'VE aligned a set of transposon to a transcript to observe if these transposable elements are presents. It is a experimental test. I've used tophat ...
written 3 months ago by SeaStar20

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