Intersect of gene lists

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Description

This function takes list of gene list as input and returns a matrix of gene names common in pairs of lists

Usage

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gene.list(lists)

Arguments

lists

list of vectors. Each vector refers to a method and contains names of significant genes

Details

Simmilar to conting.tab and Z, but provides different output

Value

A matrix of gene names common in two gene lists

Author(s)

Ivana Ihnatova

See Also

conting.tab, Z

Examples

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lists<-list(Method1=c("Gene_A", "Gene_V","Gene_S","Gene_C","Gene_U","Gene_D","Gene_E","Gene_G","Gene_W"), 
  Method2=c("Gene_D","Gene_W","Gene_G","Gene_E","Gene_H","Gene_X"),
  Method3=c("Gene_L","Gene_K","Gene_J","Gene_M","Gene_V","Gene_T","Gene_R","Gene_U"))
gene.list(lists)

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