There is an excellent article on how to do differential gene/transcript
expression with Tophat and Cufflinks here:
This article will answer the questions you've posed below and provides numerous
figures that will help you create a workflow to meet your needs.
On Jul 20, 2012, at 6:39 PM, i b wrote:
> ok, im really confused now about cufflinks and its tools.
> All I wanted was to look for differentially expressed genes between
> two samples: treated (2 replicates) and control (one replicate).
> can anyone give me a workflow for a similar analysis with the various
> options chosen?
> I have read a lot of different posts where for cuffdiff they have
> used cufflinks, cuffcompare, cuffmerge or any gtf file as imput
> together with the bam file.
> There must be a difference in using all these different file right???
> what is the advantage in using cuffcompare and how we compare them: we
> give all cufflinks or we separate control from treated?
> Why do we need cuffmerge?isn't it as well combining the cufflinks?
> when we use cuffcompare or cuffmerge do we mix all cufflinks no matter
> is they are control or treated ones?
> Please don't send me back to the cufflink page
> (http://cufflinks.cbcb.umd.edu/index.html)...I need more simpler
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