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Old 10-10-2014, 12:12 PM   #1
drea11
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Default EdgeR - trim DGEList by data feature

Greetings!

I am using EdgeR to perform analysis on a large dataset. For some of my questions, I am interested in looking only at a subset of my data, based on a specific field in the dataset. Is it possible to filter out the unwanted samples based on the data in a specific group?

For example
In the below example, I would like to include only samples from location L1

My DGEList

$counts
N1 N2 N3...
0 4 6 8
1 5 2 1
2 3 7 9
3 0 0 1
...

$samples
group lib.size ...
N1 L1 13661
N2 L2 14228
N3 L1 20557
...

Any assistance is appreciated!
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