This guide is meant to offer an easy to follow guide to the analysis of RNA-seq data, aimed at those without any prior experience analyzing next-gen data. However, a basic level of familiarity with R, the next-gen sequencing procedures and using the unix shell are assumed. It was primarily written by Matthew Young (firstname.lastname@example.org) and is a work in progress. Most of the steps described here are outlined in our review article which can be cited if people are using this guide in their work… The pathogen example was provided by B. Usadel and makes use of a different set of tools.
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