RNA-Seq analysis of transcription in Arabidopsis pollen
This repository containing code and data from a 2013 paper titled "RNA-seq of Arabidopsis pollen uncovers novel transcription and alternative splicing" (see: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23590974)
We wrote the paper before we started using bitbucket for version-control. This means: most of the stuff you find here was added post-publication. If you have questions, let us know.
Each module folder is designed to be run as a relatively self-contained project in RStudio. As such, each folder contains an ".Rproj" file. To run the code in RStudio, just open the .Rproj file and go from there.
Some modules depend on the output of other modules. Some modules also depend on externally supplied data files, which are version-controlled in ExternalDataSets but may also be available from external sites.
Analysis modules and other directories include .Rmd files (R Markdown), output from knitting Rmd files in HTML (Web pages), folders containing results (results) and (sometimes) folders containing externally supplied data used only in one module (data). Results folders also contain high-quality image files suitable for inclusion in slides or publications.
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