[BioC] RNAseq visualization tools

Ryan rct at thompsonclan.org
Tue Nov 26 07:59:32 CET 2013

If you want something that you can plot in a heatmap, you might try 
using DESeq2, which squeezes the log fold changes of low-abundance 
genes toward zero so that your heatmap is not dominated by small 
fluctuations in low-abundance genes.

On Mon Nov 25 14:22:02 2013, Claudio Isella wrote:
> dear BioC,
> could you suggest me a tool to RNAseq data upon differential expression analysis?
> as far as these data are not linear I am not sure if standard log2ratio and heat map are suitable.
> Claudio Isella
> claudio.isella at gmail.com
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