runBayseq

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Description

Run Bayseq algorithm on the selected conditions. Output is to be used for the interactive display.

Usage

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runBayseq(data = NULL, columns = NULL, conds = NULL, rowsum.filter = 10)

Arguments

data,

A matrix that includes all the expression raw counts, rownames has to be the gene, isoform or region names/IDs

columns,

is a vector that includes the columns that are going to be analyzed. These columns has to match with the given data.

conds,

experimental conditions. The order has to match with the column order

rowsum.filter,

regions/genes/isoforms with total count (across all samples) below this value will be filtered out

Value

BaySeq results

Examples

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    x <- runBayseq()

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