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  • Deseq2 results discrepancies because of versions of R

    Hello all,

    I was asked to repeat RNAseq analysis done a while ago. Previously, analysis was done using Deseq2 v1.2.10 and R v.3.0.2. Although we are still using the same version for Deseq2, R on our system is now upgraded to 3.2.1. Repeating exactly same analysis using the same code gives me half the number of genes as significantly expressed.

    Does anyone know why this discrepancy could be?

    Many thanks for any help you can provide.

  • #2
    Please ignore the previous post. It was my bad in noting the versions of Deseq2. Its v1.2.10 for R3.0.2 and v1.10 for R3.2.0. Sorry!

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    • #3
      we discourage users from simultaneously cross posting, because it duplicates the effort of people trying to help

      if your post is answered on another forum, you can help out other users and answer-ers by cross linking

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      • #4
        Sorry about that, Michael. I will keep this in mind.

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