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i b330 wrote:
ok, so if I have 3 different samples I would use 3 different goups and add my samples as replicate within each group. or did you mean to create just one group and add all my 3 samples as 3 replicates within that only group? thanks a lot ngs-ib ________________________________________ To: Irene Bassano Cc: Subject: Re: [galaxy-user] cuffdiff Hello Irene, two files Change the tool form for the option "Perform replicate analysis:" to be "Yes" (the default is "No"). Use two conditions (Groups). GTF output from any of these may be appropriate. Please see the tutorial on Galaxy main at: FAQ: And the "Common uses" protocols on the Cufflinks web site plus their new paper (also linked at this site, from side bar, as "Protocol"): Best, Jen Galaxy team -- Jennifer Jackson
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Jennifer Hillman Jackson25k wrote:
Hello, Yes, where each sample represents an individual condition. No, would be incorrect. Only replicates from the same sample/condition should be in the same group. This is not appear to be the case for your data, given the additional information. Thanks! Jen Galaxy team -- Jennifer Jackson
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