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Comment: C: Two Sample t-test with bootstrapping for gene expression matrix in R
... Examples can be expanded. 10 controls, 30 treatments may also be available. I just gave a small example to run the code. Bootstrap t-test is a powerful test and the results obtained can be used for meta-analysis. The purpose of statistics is to develop appropriate methods. ...
written 13 days ago by Expert10
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Two Sample t-test with bootstrapping for gene expression matrix in R
... I tried bioconductor packages for differential gene expression analysis such as EdgeR, Deseq2, Limma and obtained expressed genes by these methods. I want to compare my results with Two Sample t-test with bootstrapping, but I can not understand this method very well. For example in my table, there a ...
R rna-seq written 13 days ago by Expert10 • updated 12 days ago by e.rempel1000
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Sample annotation for cemitool
... There is a sample_annot function in cemitool package. I don't have an idea for sample annotation. My Sample barcode is TCGA... how is sample annotation for cell line or time point in R? Do you know this? ...
co-expression sample annotation rna-seq written 22 months ago by Expert10 • updated 22 months ago by pedrostrusso40
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Comment: A: How To Remove Rows In A Matrix Having 0 As Value In Columns In Both Conditions
... Well, I have 20 columns with counts and two groups. I want to remove the rows where each group is having at least five 0 columns. First group 1:10 and second is 11:20. How can I use this line? Thank you. ...
written 23 months ago by Expert10
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Filtering values for two group separately
... There are 6 controls and 6 treatment variables in a dataset. I used these command first: mydata <- read.delim(".csv", header = TRUE, sep=",", stringsAsFactors = FALSE, row.names = 1) targets <- data.frame(fileName=colnames(mydata)[1:12], Group=rep(c("Control" , "Treatment"), each= ...
rna-seq written 2.0 years ago by Expert10 • updated 24 months ago by kristoffer.vittingseerup3.5k

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