[BioC] Subject: Re: Comparing Two Affymetrix Arrays Question
Ramzi_Abboud at URMC.Rochester.edu
Tue Jun 28 15:37:31 CEST 2011
Thank you for your reply.
Following your advice I have taken a look at ?genas in limma. Biologically I am not toaly sure this approach makes more sense in regards to this experiment, but it is something I will discuss with the PI. Either way I would like to familiarize myself with ?genas, and I have a couple of questions.
The function seems to return correlation between the two data sets as a whole. Does it do so on a gene by gene basis, (ie is gene X correlated) rather than just the overall correlation? Would computing a correlation for each gene even make sense statistically? Right now I can only see overall correlation.
From: bioconductor-bounces at r-project.org [bioconductor-bounces at r-project.org] On Behalf Of Swapna Menon [swapna30 at gmail.com]
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Subject: [BioC] Subject: Re: Comparing Two Affymetrix Arrays Question
>From what I understand about your problem, your question is what is the
difference between group A and B. The answer would be in the contrast A -
wild type vs contrast B -wild type, if wild type is a common control for
both and not in the direct contrast of A-B. If this is your situation, you
may also want to see ?genas in limma.
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