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Old 12-19-2019, 09:34 AM   #1
Jayesh
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Default How to perform Pearson correlation coefficient calculations on RNA seq fold change va

I have gene expression data from different conditions from different studies. Instead of using the actual TPM values for Pearson Correlation coefficient (PCC) calculation, I have decided to use Fold change values from different studies to eliminate biases from different studies. My question is whether using these raw fold change values for identifying co-expressed genes is a correct way to do it or should perform quantile normalization on these fold change values before using them for PCC calculation? (Note: Distribution of fold change values in different studies is quite different)

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