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Old 03-10-2014, 12:07 AM   #1
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Default DESeq; weird Estimated Dispersion plot?

Hi, all!
Using DESeq, I generated estimated dispersion plot with my new RNA-seq data, and I had very different result from my previous one and other plots on the web. Also, strange result was obtained from the MA plot.
I tried 'htseq-count' with either 'intersection-strict' or 'union' options for counting, and both options gave me the same results.
Is there a problem with my counting result, or is it normal to have those pattern?
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