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Old 04-30-2013, 04:06 AM   #1
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Default count v dispersion plot

I am analyzing my RNA-seq data with cummeRbund. I have four conditions, 5 biological replicates per condition. Why do the count vs dispersion plots look more or less identical for all four conditions? I can see from the cummeRbund vignette that this is supposed to be the case; I just don't know why.

Any insights would be appreciated.

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Di you get the answer ?
If yes, may you please explain me ?


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I am analyzing my RNA-seq data with cummeRbund. I have four conditions, 5 biological replicates per condition. Why do the count vs dispersion plots look more or less identical for all four conditions? I can see from the cummeRbund vignette that this is supposed to be the case; I just don't know why.

Any insights would be appreciated.

Thanks.
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