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Comment: C: How to add customized distance to ComplexHeatmap
... Many thanks for your helps. It is kind of a fast way to visualize what I want. But I've faced with a new problem above. Can you help me to solve it? ...
written 6 weeks ago by huynguyen96.dnu10
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Comment: C: How to add customized distance to ComplexHeatmap
... Hi @Kevin, my heatmap works well when following your advice: > Heatmap(plotTOM, > show_row_names = TRUE, show_column_names = TRUE, > row_dend_reorder = TRUE, column_dend_reorder = TRUE, > clustering_distance_rows = function(x) as.dist(1-TOMsimilar ...
written 6 weeks ago by huynguyen96.dnu10 • updated 6 weeks ago by RamRS26k
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How to add customized distance to ComplexHeatmap
... Hi there, I constructed a co-expression network using WGCNA. As you could know, we identify co-expressed gene modules by performing hierarchical clustering method based on TOM-based dissimilarity. So, a distance matrix was computed here to draw a dendrogram of eigen-genes is TOM-based dissimilarity. ...
dendrogram complexheatmap written 6 weeks ago by huynguyen96.dnu10 • updated 6 weeks ago by RamRS26k
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Comment: C: Interpretation of hazard ratio
... Many thanks @Haci for your clear explantation. ...
written 9 weeks ago by huynguyen96.dnu10
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Comment: C: how can i find differentailly expressed genes between two data set?
... Yes. I think so. You asked many questions which were so hard to instruct as describing text whereas some threads showed you had no experiences at all about bioinformatics. The best advice is to look for a local bioinformatician who can give you a step-by-step guide. ...
written 9 weeks ago by huynguyen96.dnu10
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Interpretation of hazard ratio
... Hi there, I have been running survival analysis on individual genes of interest. Firstly, I divided them into two groups: Up-regulated and Down-regulated gene. And then, I run SA on each them. This is one of the many results I got. ![https://imgur.com/vvjAMwQ][1] I set the event: die =1, survive= ...
hazard ratio survival analysis hr written 9 weeks ago by huynguyen96.dnu10 • updated 9 weeks ago by Haci340
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Comment: C: Interpretaion of dendrogram height in WGCNA?
... OMG, I forgot that Pearson corelation values can be negative. Thanks for your helps again! ...
written 10 weeks ago by huynguyen96.dnu10
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Comment: C: Interpretaion of dendrogram height in WGCNA?
... Many thanks for your helpful answer. I got additionally one question for u, sir. Is it normal or not that dendrogram height can above 1? I did follow a step-by-step tutorial. Something like that: ![https://imgur.com/vJKP0VA.png][1] https://imgur.com/vJKP0VA [1]: https://imgur.com/vJKP0VA ...
written 10 weeks ago by huynguyen96.dnu10
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How to compute 95%CI after having C-index value?
... Hi there, I have just constructed my own nomogram using *cph* function. Next, I compute C-index through D_xy value using the function *validate* of the package *rms* . It looks like: # survival rate mod.cox <- cph(formula = Surv(time, status) ~ age + weight, data=train, x ...
95%ci cindex nomogram survival statistics written 10 weeks ago by huynguyen96.dnu10
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Comment: C: [cph] Error in `[.default`(y, , 3) : subscript out of bounds
... This is my fault. the error is solved well ...
written 10 weeks ago by huynguyen96.dnu10

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