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Comment: C: is valid to apply several cut offs thresholds to a data-matrix used to perform c
... Hi Sudbery Thanks for your reply. So in that sense, **the most best practice would be to deal with the less manipulated matrix closest to the expecting result?** The issue with the original matrix is that the clusters gotten are a bit huge and also the clutter's itself are huge to analyze one by o ...
written 6 days ago by cyntsc100
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Comment: A: is valid to apply several cut offs thresholds to a data-matrix used to perform c
... Hi Sudbery So in that sense, **the most best practice would be to deal with the less manipulated matrix closest to the expecting result?** The issue with the original matrix is that the clusters gotten are a bit huge and also the clutter's itself are huge to analyze one by one. I am really stuck i ...
written 6 days ago by cyntsc100
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Forum: is valid to apply several cut offs thresholds to a data-matrix used to perform coexpression analysis until reach the desire result?
... Hi everybody I made a **wgcna std analysis with RNASeq normalized data (log2)**. I setup a **Signed-Ntw** with dynamic cut off (Pearson) according with most of the recommendations. At the beginning I didn't get a good correlation score regarding with the scale-free topology for dynamic cut-off soft ...
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Comment: C: Python base versus specific environments
... Ok, you're both right. This is not a bioinformatic quest and in fact 'source' envs are out of use. Tnks. ...
written 6 months ago by cyntsc100
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Python base versus specific environments
... When working with conda environments, I can easily navigate to a specific environment simply by shooting **>conda activate **... for instance, I have a conda environment called tcd19_env, so I just type **>conda activate tcd19_env** in the shell and walla... I get into: **(tcd19_env)** cynts ...
environments written 6 months ago by cyntsc100 • updated 6 months ago by Devon Ryan98k
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Structure of the input file to perform RNASeq data analysis with WGCNA (the expression matrix)
... Hi everybody I am new using this type of tools WGCNA. My question is about the structure of the input file to perform data analysis with WGCNA (the expression matrix). Previously, I already ran the test examples proposed by the author in his tutorial, which are microarray data from mice samples. Th ...
rna-seq written 7 months ago by cyntsc100

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