Getting started with Circos

Once you've installed Circos, you can get started with Circos by following the Circos quick guide. Bascially this post was done just by following the guide, which is obviously what you should be looking at; this page just acts as a reminder for myself of what I've done. According to the Hello World guide, the...

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My 100th post!

Just over two years ago I started this blog and now I'm up to my 100th post! I didn't have any particular aims or goals, I just wanted to document and share some of the things I was learning during my PhD and this still holds. Thanks to a flawed Google PageRank algorithm, my blog...

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Visualising hierarchical clustering results

I've written about hierarchical clustering before as an attempt to understand it better. Within R, you can plot the hierarchical clustering results however when working with a large dataset you may produce plots like these where all the labels are overlapping: and As you can see you can't see any of the labels. During my...

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goseq using pnas_expression_filtered.tsv

goseq is a Bioconductor package for performing a gene ontology analysis for RNA-seq and other length biased data. For more information on how to use the package, please refer to the vignette. For more information on the pnas_expression file please refer to my older post. The x-axis of the plot above are binned lengths of...

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