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Old 02-10-2016, 03:09 PM   #1
Olha
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Default edgeR calculate CPM instead of lof2FC

Dear, SEQanswer community,

I want to detect differentially expressed genes between tumor and normal
tissue, adjusting for any differences between the patients.
I have 8 leukemia patients and 8 healthy donors.
I follow the edgeR manual, particularly case study at chapter 4.1.

I use the following commands:
Code:
> fit <- glmFit(counts, design)
> lrt <- glmLRT(fit)
> topTags(lrt)
> colnames(design)
> o <- order(lrt$table$PValue)
> cpm(counts)[o[1:10],]
This provides me top 10 CPM values for each of my sample. However, my goal is to get the log2FC for each sample.

In what way I can calculate log2FC for each sample instead of CPM values in edgeR?

Thank You very much for help!

Olha

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