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Old 09-12-2015, 05:01 AM   #21
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Convert your BAM file to FASTQ, then use Kallisto.

The crazy thing is that this might actually be quicker than other methods.
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Old 09-14-2015, 06:26 AM   #22
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There are some entries that htseq-count will skip (those without exons?), which presumably is why this happens. Anyway, you need to ensure that everything is in the same order anyway, so make sure to write meaningful row names and use those with match().
Thank you D. Very helpful.
And I also found Cufflinks could calculate RPKM directly.
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cufflinks -o OutDir -g hg19/genes.gtf TopHat/accepted_hits.bam
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Hi

So the script worked for me and I got an mm9.fa.fai file as output, wondering how this can be used with edgeR to generate the RPKMs? Thanks.
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