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Comment: C: Is trimming necessary for RNAseq?
... `FastQC` has 2 files containing adapter and contamination sequences: adapter_list.txt and contaminant_list.txt. You can go to ~/[YOUR_WORKSPACE]/FastQC/Configuration to check them. ...
written 8 days ago by gabrielafg10
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Comment: C: renaming one column in multiple csv files at once and adding same rows within ea
... Thanks for the clarification! I edited my previous answer with an additional suggestion. Let me know how it goes. ...
written 9 days ago by gabrielafg10
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Comment: C: renaming one column in multiple csv files at once and adding same rows within ea
... Sorry, but I found the question a bit confusing. I don't understand what you mean with "adding same rows within each columns in multiple csv files". About the merging, you want to create a single dataframe with all the P_A_X columns? What about the name columns? ...
written 9 days ago by gabrielafg10
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Answer: A: renaming one column in multiple csv files at once and adding same rows within ea
... For the rename question, you could try the code below. I haven't tested it so it's just a suggestion. for (x in 1:92){ names(lst1[[x]])[names(lst1[[x]]) == "fraction_total_reads"] = paste0("P_A_", x) } **[edit]** Based on your additional explanation, for the merge you could try: ...
written 9 days ago by gabrielafg10
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Comment: C: Heatmap.2 R for differentially expressed genes DeSEQ2
... The code has a error, there should be 3 values for constrat in the results funcition. You have to replace '**factorName**' with a column name, then replace '**numeratorLevel**' and '**denominatorLevel**' with the two values of the column you want to compare. Using the previous example: contras ...
written 12 weeks ago by gabrielafg10
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Comment: C: rsem-calculate-expression error SAM/BAM file declares more reference sequences t
... I'm going through the same problem. Did any of you solve it? ...
written 4 months ago by gabrielafg10

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