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Answer: A: GATK ASEReadCounter: Downstream analysis for identifying allele specific express
... Late to the party on this post, but as @prasundutta87 alludes to, ASEReadCounter is doing exactly what it was intended to do. The best guide I've seen to performing the statistics around ASE, is from Mike Love's [specific guide][1], and it's worth looking at [this thread][2] for Aaron Lun's answer t ...
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Comment: C: batch effect in RNAseq analysis using tophat cufflinks pipeline
... That's fair, Cufflinks (Faux Tiling) and StringTie (Network Flow) use different methodologies, so you're right that TopHat can be substituted with HISAT2 or STAR. Bit of an oversight on my part. ...
written 13 days ago by andrew.j.skelton735.5k
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Answer: A: MSTRGs are plaguing my RNA-Seq analysis
... This has always been an issue as far as novel transcript discovery goes, you can see a lot of hits. Keep in mind that the vast majority of these are very slight changes to known transcripts and splice events, which are generally meaningless. When performing this kind of analysis I generally get rid ...
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Comment: C: batch effect in RNAseq analysis using topcoat cufflinks pipeline
... [See comment from the Tophat author][1] ![enter image description here][2] [1]: https://twitter.com/lpachter/status/937055346987712512 [2]: https://i.ibb.co/ydfBD23/Screenshot-2019-01-08-at-08-26-38.png ...
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Answer: A: batch effect in RNAseq analysis using topcoat cufflinks pipeline
... Tophat is deprecated, avoid if possible. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Firstly, visualise your problem with a PCA - this will give you clues as to where your primary variation is coming from, and if a batch effect is clearly present. Try one of the followi ...
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Comment: C: get calls in R
... Hi @HG, The community is not here to provide tailored programming solutions/ tutorials. Please amend your post to show some reproducible data to your question, along with code showing what you've tried. ...
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Comment: C: ATYPICAL VOLCANO PLOT RNA SEQ
... It would be helpful if you included code for your analysis, did you use `lfcShrink`? Are your samples all from the same experiment? What did you PCA show? ...
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Answer: A: eQTL analysis considering P-values
... For generic QTL analyses, I'd recommend the MatrixEQTL package and associated methodology. It's blazing fast providing you have the right LINPACK libraries. [Website][1] / [Paper][2] / [Package (CRAN)][3] Check out the website for some useful examples and configurations [1]: http://www.bios. ...
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Comment: C: WGCNA Co-expression network analysis on cuffdiff output
... What have you tried to solve your WGCNA question? ...
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Comment: C: WGCNA Co-expression network analysis on cuffdiff output
... What have you tried? - Also beware that CuffDiff / Tophat2/ Cufflinks have been superseded by HISAT2 / Stringtie / Ballgown. ...
written 4 months ago by andrew.j.skelton735.5k

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