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Comment: C: How to plot GSEA result?
... which plot of the many listed in the tutorial are you referring to? ...
written 26 days ago by gabrit90
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Answer: A: How to plot GSEA result?
... I have been working on GSEA too and I found two very interesting resources but I am not that proficient with this kind of analysis so I am still not able to interpret the plots. However, here you can find a [very nice tutorial for R][1] that gives you some plotting. Also there is a [question][2] an ...
written 26 days ago by gabrit90
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Answer: A: Software to reconstruct a proteomics-based metabolic pathway
... I am a great fan of R and there are plenty of libraries to actually do bioinformatics. In this specific case I would recommend using the **pathview** library (see [this link][1] or [this other link][2] for some examples and help) just to give you some working code that you may test, if you are fami ...
written 4 weeks ago by gabrit90
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Comment: C: Add error bars to barplot that uses melted dataframe in R
... have a look at this link: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/48692401/how-to-add-error-bars-to-barplot-in-r, it may help! ...
written 4 weeks ago by gabrit90
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Comment: C: how to create a scatter plot as shown
... without any usable dataset, it's very difficult to provide an answer...anyway, if you know something about R, you can start by looking here: https://www.r-graph-gallery.com/scatterplot.html ...
written 4 weeks ago by gabrit90
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Answer: A: Concatenation of sequences (fasta) with different headers based on reference lis
... I'm sorry to tell you that I don't know Python, Perl or Awk well enough to provide an answer. But, I have a working one written in R. You can find it with my comments, so you can understand how it works and, maybe, translate it into Python. Consider that I have three files called *fasta_one*, *fasta ...
written 4 weeks ago by gabrit90
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Comment: C: Concatenation of sequences (fasta) with different headers based on reference lis
... how do you know how many spaces are required after the Tree sequence? Or before the Lemon sequence? Also, you did not mention which tool, i.e. R, python, you would like to use! ...
written 4 weeks ago by gabrit90
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Answer: A: Is it possible to select the active interaction source in R STRINGdb package lik
... Few months passed since the question was asked but maybe it can still help someone! This is how I did it, since I was not able to find a function that automatically does that, too: library("STRINGdb") library("igraph") #get species ID, for Mus musculus sID <- get_STRING_spe ...
written 4 weeks ago by gabrit90

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Scholar 26 days ago, created an answer that has been accepted. For A: Concatenation of sequences (fasta) with different headers based on reference lis
Teacher 26 days ago, created an answer with at least 3 up-votes. For A: How to plot GSEA result?
Scholar 4 weeks ago, created an answer that has been accepted. For A: Concatenation of sequences (fasta) with different headers based on reference lis
Scholar 4 weeks ago, created an answer that has been accepted. For A: Concatenation of sequences (fasta) with different headers based on reference lis

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