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Old 08-20-2010, 02:21 PM   #7
frankyue50
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I run into the same problem. I wonder if I could just add the two isoforms values.

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I have been running Cufflink on a set of samples. I would like to compare the gene expression across samples. I am using the FPKM values as a measure of the gene abundance, but cuffcompare output provide more than one FPKM value per gene (for those genes that have isoforms). So, how do I go from 2+FPKM values per gene to one single value?

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