User: Ahmed Alhendi

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Bioinformatics Intern. A highly motivated research scientist. Interested in cancer research and genome-wide analysis. PhD in Genetics and Genome Biology.

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Comment: C: How to convert featureCounts to FPKM?
... Try [countToFPKM](https://github.com/AAlhendi1707/countToFPKM) package. ...
written 3 days ago by Ahmed Alhendi10
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Answer: A: How to convert featureCounts to FPKM?
... Try [countToFPKM][1] package. This package provides an easy to use function to convert the read count matrix into FPKM values normalised by library size and feature effective length. Implements the following equation: ![enter image description here][2]. The `fpkm()` function requires three inpu ...
written 3 days ago by Ahmed Alhendi10
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Answer: A: How to perform FPKM on raw reads in R
... Try [countToFPKM][1] package. This package provides an easy to use function to convert the read count matrix into FPKM values normalised by library size and feature effective length. It also provides the user with a reliable function to generate FPKM heatmap plot of the highly variable features in R ...
written 11 days ago by Ahmed Alhendi10
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Answer: A: Calculating FPKM after htseq-count
... Try [countToFPKM][1] package. This package provides an easy to use function to convert the read count matrix into FPKM values normalised by library size and feature effective length. Implements the following equation: ![enter image description here][2]. The `fpkm()` function requires three inpu ...
written 27 days ago by Ahmed Alhendi10
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Answer: A: htseq-counts output merge into one matrix ??
... This is easily done using R script! You can use my R script on https://github.com/AAlhendi1707/htseq-merge/blob/master/htseq-merge_all.R For more details about how to generate and combine HTSeq outputs into one read count matrix in R https://ahmedalhendi0.wordpress.com/2019/03/20/combine-htseq-out ...
written 4 weeks ago by Ahmed Alhendi10
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Comment: C: htseq-counts output merge into one matrix ??
... You can use my R script on https://github.com/AAlhendi1707/htseq-merge/blob/master/htseq-merge_all.R ...
written 4 weeks ago by Ahmed Alhendi10

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